Free Gemmology Taster Session!

Updated: Jun 7

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A Gift from Us to You.....

Here at Anne Morgan HQ we know just how strange and discombobulating these times are.

Nobody seems to know whether they should be enjoying the enforced lockdown, feeling guilty because they do, or feel frustrated that they can't come and go as they please. We are forever indebted to our wonderful key workers, and yet we find it hard to understand how the heck we got to this point!

So, as ever, we are here to help soothe you with beautiful things. Shiny, sparkly glittery things. And this time it's free! This one is on us!


All it requires is your ability to enjoy learning something new, an hour of your time and the ability to enjoy a good old G&T.....

This is our way of saying *thank you* to all the wonderful customers who have supported us over the past few years, and continue to do so in these weird, and also sometimes wonderful, times. Read on to find out what’s in store for you, and how you can access your freebie.

In addition we are also offering TWO special discount codes to use to spend at the gallery - which of course can be redeemed on postal purchases too!

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So how would you feel about a free taster session, learning all about the art of understanding gemstones. Or should we say....gemmology?!

Gemmology is the science of gemstones, and has its roots in mineralogy, geology, physics, chemistry and biology. It's the identification of gemstones, the confirmation of authenticity, the evaluation of quality, the detection of origin, and the disclosure of treatment. We are offering you a free mini lesson in this discipline taught by the fantastically experienced gemologist Kerry Gregory, who will help to apply your new found knowledge to your existing gem-laden jewellery, and any new beautiful sparkly things you may decide to buy in future.

Read on to find out more about Kerry, when it will be held, and how to register your interest.

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The Expert

Kerry Gregory: Gemmology Rocks