JP3083532U - Jewelry identification book - Google Patents

Jewelry identification book

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JP3083532U
JP3083532U JP2001004770U JP2001004770U JP3083532U JP 3083532 U JP3083532 U JP 3083532U JP 2001004770 U JP2001004770 U JP 2001004770U JP 2001004770 U JP2001004770 U JP 2001004770U JP 3083532 U JP3083532 U JP 3083532U
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征二 堤
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(57) [Summary] [Problem] In particular, a jewelry that can accurately convey a change in color with respect to a jewelry identification document issued for jewelry whose color may change depending on the type of light to be irradiated. It is an issue to provide an identification book of the above. Kind Code: A1 A jewelry discrimination document issued for jewelry whose color may change depending on the type of light to be irradiated, the description of the jewel type (2) and the description of the discrimination result (3 to 13). ) Together with photographs (14, 1) taken with different light sources and having different colors from each other.
5) A jewelry discrimination document that is displayed or attached.

Description

[Detailed description of the invention]

[0001]

[Technical field to which the invention belongs]

 The present invention relates to a jewelry identification book, and more particularly, to a jewelry book issued for jewelry whose color may change due to irradiation light, the gemstone type and the result of the identification are different. The present invention relates to a jewelry identification document characterized by displaying or attaching photographs taken using light sources.

[0002]

[Prior art]

 Conventionally, a discrimination document has been issued for jewelry, and the discrimination document proves the type of the jewelry and whether it is natural or not.

[0003] Here, a description will be given of a general discriminating document issued from the past. A discriminating document issued from the past includes a gem type and a discriminating result obtained by scientifically analyzing and inspecting the jewel. The resulting transparency and color, type of cut, weight, dimensions, refractive index, specific gravity, polarization, pleochroism, fluorescence, etc. are described, so that the type of the gem and whether it is natural Is proved.

[0004]

[Problems to be solved by the invention]

 By the way, some gemstones have a characteristic of changing to a different color depending on the irradiation light. For example, a gemstone called alexandrite is blue under natural light or light containing ultraviolet light such as fluorescent light. Or, it has the property that it looks blue-green, but looks red under an incandescent lamp that does not contain ultraviolet light, but it is difficult to sufficiently prove the properties of such jewelry with the above-mentioned conventional identification book. Met.

[0005] That is, in the gem identification book that has been conventionally issued, the photograph of the jewel is displayed or attached together with the above description, but the photograph that is conventionally displayed or attached in the identification book is one light source. More specifically, the photograph was generally taken using natural light or a fluorescent lamp as a light source, and the number of photographs was only one. For this reason, it has been difficult to accurately convey the change in color in the case of jewelry whose color may change depending on the type of light to be illuminated in the conventional identification book.

[0006] Therefore, the present invention relates to a jewelry that can accurately convey the change in color, especially for a jewelry identification document issued for jewelry whose color may change depending on the type of light to be irradiated. It is an issue to provide an identification book of the above.

[0007]

[Means for Solving the Problems]

 The jewelry identification document of the present invention is a jewelry identification document issued for jewelry that changes color depending on the type of light to be irradiated, and includes a description of the jewelry type and the identification result. It is characterized by displaying or attaching photos that have been taken with different light sources and changed in different colors.

[0008] In the jewelry identification book of the present invention, the type of jewelry, the result of the identification, and a photograph that has been photographed using different light sources and changed in different colors are displayed or attached, respectively. are doing. Therefore, unlike conventional gem identification documents that only display or attach to photographs taken under natural light or fluorescent light, especially for jewelry whose color may change depending on the type of light applied, the color change Can be conveyed accurately.

[0009]

[Embodiment of the invention]

 In the jewelry identification book of the present invention, the identification result of gem type, transparency and color, cut form, weight, size, refractive index, specific gravity, polarization, polychromaticity, fluorescence, etc. In addition, photos that have been taken with different light sources and that have changed colors are displayed or attached, respectively.

Here, the different light sources are preferably natural light or fluorescent lamps containing ultraviolet light, and incandescent lamps containing no ultraviolet light. In the case of Alexandrite, which changes color differently from the one taken below, it is possible to accurately convey the color change

[0011] Photos that have been changed to different colors from each other using the different light sources do not necessarily have to be one by one, but a plurality of photos taken from two or more angles. It may be composed of photographs, for example, using a different light source, taking a plane picture and a side picture, respectively, and displaying or attaching the pictures, whereby the color of the jewelry can be displayed. It is possible to accurately convey not only changes but also shapes and the like.

[0012]

【Example】

 The embodiment of the jewelry identification book of the present invention (hereinafter, simply referred to as “identification book”) will be described with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a plan view showing the identification book 1 of this embodiment. Column 2 is where the type of jewel is described.

[0013] In the figures, 3 to 11 describe the results of the discrimination. That is, the transparency and the color are described in the column 3, the cut type is described in the column 4, the weight is described in the column 5, and the dimensions are described in the column 6.

Further, column 7 describes the refractive index, column 8 describes the specific gravity, column 9 describes the polarization, column 10 describes the fluorescence, and Column 11 describes the spectral properties.

[0015] In column 12, special notes on test stones and commodities are described as remarks, and in column 13, the results of inspection of gemstones in a state of being magnified several tens of times are described. It is listed.

Next, in the figure, reference numerals 14 and 15 denote photographs of the jewel, and in the discriminator according to the present embodiment, unlike the conventional discriminator, two pictures are displayed. Each of these two photographs was taken using a different light source.

That is, the fourteen photos are photos taken under natural light in the same manner as the photos conventionally displayed or attached to the identification document. For example, in the case of alexandrite, the photos look blue or bluish green. ing.

On the other hand, the photograph 15 is a photograph taken using light containing no ultraviolet light, for example, an incandescent lamp as a light source. For example, in the case of alexandrite, the photograph looks red.

As described above, in the jewelery discrimination book of the present embodiment, photographs taken using different light sources are displayed or attached, respectively. Therefore, in the case of jewelry whose color changes depending on the type of light source, However, there is an advantage that the color of the changed state can be accurately transmitted.

At this time, a plurality of photographs taken using the different light sources may be displayed or attached. In other words, the identification document shown in FIG. 1 displays or attaches a photograph of only the flat state of the jewel. For example, each of the different light sources also photographs the side state of the jewel in addition to the flat state of the jewel. The photograph may be displayed or attached to the identification document, and thereby, it is possible to accurately convey the state of the color that changes depending on the light source and also accurately convey the shape of jewelry.

As described above, according to the gem identification book of the present invention, it is possible to accurately and easily know the change in color, especially for jewelry whose color may change depending on the type of light to be irradiated. By displaying or attaching a plurality of photographs taken from different directions with different light sources, it is possible to know the shape and the like accurately and easily, and to enhance the value and usefulness as a discriminator. Is possible.

As described above, the jewelry identification document of the present invention is characterized in that photographs taken using different light sources are displayed or attached, respectively, and the items described in the identification document and the arrangement thereof are provided. Are not particularly limited, and need not necessarily be described above, and need not be described based on the above-described arrangement.

[0023]

[Effect of the invention]

 The jewelry identification book of the present invention is implemented in the form described above, and has the following effects.

The jewelry identification document of the present invention is a jewelry identification document issued for jewelry whose color changes depending on the type of light to be irradiated, and includes a description of the jewelry type and the result of the identification. It is characterized by displaying or attaching photos that have been taken with different light sources and have different colors.

As described above, in the jewelry identification book of the present invention, along with the description of the gem type and the identification result, the photographs taken with different light sources and changed in different colors from each other are respectively taken. Jewelry that may change color depending on the irradiation light, unlike conventional gem identification documents that only display or attach photos taken under natural light or fluorescent light because they are displayed or attached. As for, it is possible to accurately convey the color state that changes depending on the light source.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a plan view illustrating a first embodiment of a jewelry identification book according to the present invention;

[Explanation of symbols]

 DESCRIPTION OF REFERENCE NUMERALS 1 Judgment book 2 Jewelry type 3-13 Judgment result 14 Photograph taken under natural light 15 Photograph taken under incandescent lamp

Claims (3)

[Utility model registration claims]
1. A jewelry discrimination document issued for jewelry whose color may change depending on the type of light to be irradiated, the description of the jewelry type (2) and the description of the discrimination result (3 to 3). 1
3) A jewelry discrimination document characterized by displaying or attaching photos (14, 15), which have been photographed using different light sources and have different colors, respectively.
2. The jewelery identification document according to claim 1, wherein said different light sources are natural light and incandescent lamp.
3. A photograph taken using a different light source and having different colors, each photograph comprising a photograph taken from a plurality of directions. Jewelry identification book described in 2.
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