Loupe

A loupe (p {respell|LOOP|`}) is a simple, small magnification device used to see small details more closely. Unlike a magnifying glass, a loupe does not have an attached handle, and its focusing lens(es) are contained in an opaque cylinder or cone or fold into an enclosing housing that protects the lenses when not in use. Loupes are also called h....
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loupe

Small magnifying lens used to observe certain aspects of a gemstone. Loupes usually have a magnification level of 10x.
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loupe

Small magnifying lens used to observe certain aspects of a gemstone. Loupes usually have a magnification level of 10x.
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loupe

(lldbomacp) a magnifying lens.
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loupe

jeweler`s loupe noun small magnifying glass (usually set in an eyepiece) used by jewelers and horologists
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loupe

A device used by jewellers and lapidaries to magnify and inspect gemstones, ususally to the power of 10
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Loupe

A loupe is a magnifying glass of relatively small dimensions. It gained its popularity in the 19th century when watchmakers and jewellers would assess items and it is still used today.
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Loupe

A magnifying lens used by jewellers to closely study a gemstone or a hallmark. Gemologists generally use a 10x hand held loupe while jewellers working at the bench often use a 5x eyepiece.
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loupe

A magnifying lens. ... Origin: Fr. ... Binocular loupe, a magnifying device, attached to spectacles or a headband, worn as a visual aid when performing operations on small structures. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Loupe

A small magnifying glass that is hand held or placed in the eye socket. A 10X (10 times or 10 power) loupe should be used to examine gemstones.
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loupe

A type of magnifying glass used by numismatists to more closely examine a coin.
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Loupe

Alternate term for Graphic arts magnifier.
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Loupe

From the German word for magnifying glass, a lens used by photographers, printers, and designers to examine details in printed materials.
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loupe

jeweller's magnifying glass worn on the eye-socket
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loupe

Type: Term Pronunciation: lūp Definitions: 1. A magnifying lens.
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loupe

[n] - small magnifying glass (usually set in an eyepiece) used by jewelers and horologists
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