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13th December 2011
GIA CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE FOR ALL STONES (Please contact me)
THEN CHECK THE CERTIFICATES ON GIA WEBSITE:
I do not guaranty that the stones will be available at the time a request is made.
Natural-Fancy-Red-Even-VS2-VG-VG- Fluo-Medium-Blue-1.01 ct
Natural-Fancy-Vivid-Yellow-Even-VS2-VG-VG-Fluo-None 25.9 Cts
Pear-Shape-D-IF-Ex-VG-Fluo-NONE-Type IIa-17.8 cts
For specific request do not hesitate to contact me.
Since internet is a very anonymous place filled with content that is difficult to verify I find it natural to talk about my family background.
I like to put a face, a name, and some kind of roots behind theses pages.
I was born from a French mother and an African father. I was born in France and raised in Africa.
My mother is a fine pediatrician rewarded by the "French Medal of Merite" for taking care of French citizens babies in Central African Republic, as well as her support to the local population.
My father, the professor Jean-Luc Mandaba did a lot for democracy, health and sport in Central African Republic (Amnesty International Award).
Professor in Pediatric Surgery and sport lover, he finally gave his life to make this former French colony a real nation and a real democracy, but was poorly rewarded. He helped the president Ange-Felix Patasse to access his position at the head of the country, using the support of France and his numerous contacts in political circles (that he kept from his studies in the Medical University of Paris and his active political background in France as a student in the socialist party).
He was even the first Prime Minister of this fragile Presidency coming right after 14 years of military dictatorship. After loosing his illusions about his friend the president and especially the president's abusive family, he decided to run for the next presidential elections as an independent candidate. Unfortunately that day never came.
Resume (french): Professor Jean-Luc Mandaba Achievements
I owe my interest in this field to him and to his advise, when I was not really happy studying computer ingeneering, to consider coming back to natural Sciences. Diamonds that are beautiful in Central African Republic.
Today I can propose unique pieces, extremely rare through a network of professionals that I could meet during my studies and through my work as a Jewelry Manufacturer.
But the most interesting part is hat I get to see beautiful Diamonds to meet high class people who always have stories to tell about gemstones and business in general. Dealing with that kind of gemstones is always an opportunity to learn from experienced people.
USESEFUL LINKS RELATED TO GEMOLOGY
|Laboratories & schools||Forums & Networks||Knowledge||Associations|
|www.gemnantes.fr (D.U.G. France)||www.gemologyonline.com/||www.fieldgemology.com/||www.crg-dug.fr/|
|www.gubelinlab.com (GUBELIN)||www.pricescope.com||www.mindat.org||www.gemstone.org (ICA)|
|www.aigslaboratory.com (A.I.G.S.)||www.geminterest.com||http://webmineral.com||www.agta.org (AGTA)|
|www.gia.edu (GIA)||www.ganoksin.com||www.diamondse.info/||www.thaigemjewelry.or.th (TGJTA)|
|Websites about Gemstones||Websites selling Gemstones as well|
|Some gemology and Jewelry
| Dr. Claudio Cardella, G.G. (GIA)
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