Scoggins and Wright complete diamond course

2014-05-11T00:00:00Z Scoggins and Wright complete diamond course The Billings Gazette
May 11, 2014 12:00 am

Tyler Scoggins and Catherine Wright, both of Jensen Jewelers in Rimrock Mall, have completed a course of study through the Diamond Council of America in Nashville, Tenn., obtaining the degree of Certified Diamontologist. This 21-lesson course on diamonds includes the 4 Cs of color, clarity, cutting and carat weight, diamond treatments, synthetic diamonds, and facts about diamond jewelry. It also presents information on where diamonds come from, how they're mined and processed, how they're cut and how they come to market. The program focuses on customer service and professionalism in the retail jewelry business. Scoggins is the manager, and Wright is a sales associate.

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