The December newsletter is now on line for download by USFG members.
Please download the detailed description here: 2019 Tucson Faceters Frolic
The September 2018 edition of the USFG newsletter is available to USFG members. If you would like to contribute an article for the next newsletter, contact Dan Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org
The June 2018 edition of the USFG newsletter is available to USFG members. If you would like to contribute an article for the next newsletter, contact Dan Lynch at email@example.com
Introducing the SALE of Glenn Klein’s personal faceted gem collection. You have an opportunity to purchase your very own piece of USFG history, at very reasonable prices. Download the prospectus here: Glenn Klein Gemstone Collection Prospectus Combined List (1)
Yep, you read that right, 4 days! And we are moving. We have teamed up with the Macon County Gemboree in the Carpenter Building (Community Recreational Center) 1288 Georgia Rd. Franklin, NC 28734. This is approximately 300 yards from the Factory where we have been for several years. This takes us to a new level! […]
The Certified Faceter database has been updated. If you were certified after the 2017 Single Stone Competition, please click on Competition->Certified Faceters, enter your name (first, last, or both) in the search box, and check your entry. If you find an error, or your name is misspelled or out of order, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The March 2018 newsletter is now available to USFG members. Click on Library->Newsletters. This newsletter contains reports on the recent Tucson Faceter’s Frolic and the new single-stone competition diagrams. Enjoy!
This collection of resources was contributed by Paul Gian. Free Gemology Resources
There’s a new addition to our library! Robert H. Long has given us permission to host the Seattle Facetor Design newsletters. You’ll find them under the “Library” tab.