GIA Certified Diamonds

GIA Adds Diamond’s Country of Origin to its Report Service

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Natural colored diamonds have been added to the GIA’s Diamond Origin Report Service. The Gemological Institute of America has done this following strong demand for its scientific service, announced in late March. The scientific GIA service matches faceted diamonds, which fall in the institute’s D-to-Z color grading scale, and natural colored diamonds to these stone’s

GIA Aligns Its Lab-Grown Diamond Reports with FTC’s Standards

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FTC recently found out that many companies have advertised diamond-set jewelry pieces without revealing that diamonds were lab-made. After that, the agency clearly told the industry to specify whether lab-grown or natural diamonds are set on jewelry. Now, GIA (Gemological Institute of America) has also updated the writing on its lab-made diamond certificates in order

Certified and Non-Certified Diamonds

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People have a belief that they are supposed to buy only those diamonds with a certification. However, the real difference between the certified and non-certified diamonds is still not understood properly. Below is a discussion on the difference between certified and non-certified diamonds. Certified Vs. Non-Certified Diamonds Certified diamonds are those that have been approved