Thursday, November 18, 2010

"MUST SEE" TUCSON 2011! Dyber Optic Dish!


Tucson 2011- BACK FROM EUROPEAN TOUR 2009-2011,
STOP BY TO SEE THE INTERNATIONAL GEM DESIGN GRAND PRIZE WINNER
in the 40th German Award for Jewelry & Precious Stones Idar-Oberstein 2009.

It will be on display at BOOTH 106, AGTA TUCSON GEM FAIR 2011, Feb. 1-6,
Tucson Convention Center.

The 113. 24 ct. Brazilian Aquamarine was cut by Michael M. Dyber, utilizing his signature
lapidary techniques: “Dyber Optic Dish” ™ and now his newest technique the “Photon Phacet” ™.

The Aquamarine was designed and cut so that it reflects optical illusions in three dimensions.


Mr. Dyber is the only American to take the 1st PRIZE twice in the 40 years of the International gem designing competition.

He became the first American to win 1st PRIZE in 1994, and he has also won 2nd, 3rd and honorable mention twice.

Known for his optical effects and creativity, Mr. Dyber has created facets within the gemstone.
“I grind away the gemstone, creating free form facets within, that are then brought to an optical polish,” says Dyber.
“It’s a very time-consuming technique, but the result is a true original piece of art.”


For more information 603 744-2161 or http://www.dyber.net/news.htm
Post a Comment

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails