Tasmanian Lapidary and Mineral Association (TLMA)

The Tasmanian Lapidary and Mineral Association (TLMA) is the umbrella organisation for most lapidary and mineral collecting clubs in Tasmania.

A lapidary (the word means "concerned with stones") is an artist or artisan who forms stone, mineral, gemstones, and other suitably durable materials (amber, shell, jet, pearl, copal, coral, horn and bone, glass and other synthetics) into decorative items such as engraved gems including cameos, or cabochons, and faceted designs. Wikipedia definition.

The TLMA website features vital information for anyone wishing to collect Tasmanian gems and minerals, as well as some useful links and resources, and information about the associations many annual events.

Visit the Tasmanian Lapidary and Mineral Association website via the link below for more information and contact details.





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