At the time of providing this information, the final relationship between the UK and the EU is not yet known. For this reason, this paper aims to set out best practice around the possible scenarios that may or may not transpire. This information relates to hallmarks only. Separate advice should be sought on customs arrangements.
The Birmingham Assay Office and De Beers Group Industry Services, two institutions with a long history of supporting the jewellery industry by encouraging consumer confidence through integrity and transparency, have announced plans to join forces at IJL this September to help enhance the industry’s confidence in synthetic diamond screening processes.
Birmingham Assay Office has created an online hallmarking course, available on their e-Learning platform via their education and training division, AnchorCert Academy, to offer Trading Standards education on Hallmarking Enforcement.
Dippal Manchanda, Director of AnchorCert Analytical and Chief Assayer at the Birmingham Assay Office, will be presenting his latest paper, ‘Energy Dispersive XRF as an alternative reference technique for the quality control of jewellery & precious metal products’, at the 16th India International Gold Convention in Amritsar on Saturday 3rd August. The three-day event seeks to bring together experts from across the world to explore strategies on how to sustain gold as an asset cl…
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