jeweler's loupe

NOUN
  1. small magnifying glass (usually set in an eyepiece) used by jewelers and horologists
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How To Use jeweler's loupe In A Sentence

  • This section contains a wide array of magnifiers, jeweler's loupes, tripod magnifiers, magnifying glasses, linen counters, two-way viewers, hand lenses and lucite bug boxes.
  • Taking the jeweler's loupe from around his neck, he gingerly passed it to her.
  • Therefore, gemologists, appraisers, and jewelers routinely use simple tools - such as a jeweler's loupe or microscope - to reveal more about a stone.
  • The gold gleam of his jeweler's loupe caught her eye.
  • Martin sat in front of one of the workbenches in the rear of the shop, a jeweler's loupe in one eye, concentrating on the miniscule soldering tool in his left hand.
  • For gems, consider purchasing a jeweler's loupe and learning to use it.
  • The wound took two months to heal and is now only visible using a jeweler's loupe. -
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