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Next GIA Alumni Event: Guy Clutterbuck - November 25

You are cordially invited to attend a talk by

Guy Clutterbuck

Director, Childer's Gem Merchants Ltd

The blunt truth about the sharp end

Guy Clutterbuck, an international gemstone buyer, who travels to Africa and countries such as Pakistan and Sri Lanka twice a year to purchase stones, has been in the gem business since 1983...

In this entertaining and popular presentation Clutterbuck will talk about the realities of working in the gemstone business. Offering a wide array of coloured gemstones, he typically buys rough material in Africa and takes it to the Far East to be cut and polished..

He completed the GIA Graduate Diamonds program at the Santa Monica campus in 1988..

Wednesday November 25, 2009

6:30pm for 7:00pm start

at the GIA London Campus

The event is free for current GIA students.

Alumni members - £3.

Non members and guests - £5.

NB: All GIA Graduates (Certificate or Diploma) are now automatically Members.

RSVP by phone (+44 (0) 207 813 4321) or e-mail us at

We wish you a Merry Christmas and look forward to seeing you at our next event in 2010.

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05th November 2009