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Why Gem Certifications?Gem Lab Certification

Gemstone Lab certificates issued by the following Trusted Laboratories, which are the best in the business.

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    Authenticity
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    Self Satisfaction
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    Better Resale Value

Gem Certifications from the Best

GRS GemResearch Swisslab

Gem Research SwissLab – GRS, is a private independent gemmological research laboratory, founded in 1996 by Dr Adolf Peretti. GRS research has focused principally on the identification and characterization of high-quality gemstones from newly discovered mines, as well as determination of origin for gems derived from classic mining regions. The area of research also focuses on the identification of gemstone imitations, synthetics and gemmologists. Their final area of expertise specializes in colour grading and gemstone colour branding.

Their research laboratories located in key global sites are equipped with the latest most sophisticated technology to recognize and identify today’s advanced gemstone treatments. In addition to this, they have a group of dynamic, internationally recognized university professors, scientists and gemmologists.

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Gemological Institute Of America

The Gemmological Institute of America (GIA) is a non-profit institute dedicated to research and education in the field of gemmology and jewellery arts. Founded in 1931, GIA’s mission is to protect all buyers and sellers of gemstones by setting and maintaining the standards used to evaluate gemstone quality. The institute does so through research, gem identification and diamond grading services and a variety of educational programs.

In the 1940s, GIA established the “4 Cs” (Cut, Carat, Clarity and Colour) and the International Diamond Grading System™. GIA has been serving the Indian gem and jewellery industry since 2004 when it first opened its Mumbai campus, and four years later, a State-of-the-Art grading laboratory in the same location.

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