We sell you loose GIA diamonds because they simply are the best. These loose diamonds are available in all shapes, like pear, round, oval etc. Their mission is to ensure the public trust in gems and jewelry by upholding the highest standards of integrity, academics, science, and professionalism through education, research, laboratory services, and instrument development.
Due to GIA’s high standards, the GIA Diamond Grading Report is considered to be the world’s premier credential of diamond quality. Many retailers provide diamond certification, however no report is as unbiased and thorough as a GIA diamond grading report. Diamonds of all shapes and sizes are sent to the Institute from every corner of the globe for diamond grading and analysis. GIA screens every gemstone to identify synthetics, simulants and other known treatments. Expert gemmologists examine each diamond under controlled lighting and viewing conditions, in order to provide the most accurate assessments of a diamond’s quality. Some famous diamonds have been graded by GIA including the Hope Diamond (45.52 carats), the Steinmetz Pink (59.60 carats), the Taylor-Burton (69.42 carats), the Allnatt (101.29 carats), the Centenary (273.85 carats), and the Incomparable (407.48 carats). To name a few.
GIA is the creator of the revolutionary 4Cs of diamond value (carat, color, clarity, and cut) and is the birthplace of the International Diamond Grading System. Today, GIA’s D-Z color-grading scale, Flawless–I3 clarity-grading scale and Excellent-to-Poor cut-grading scale are recognized, and used by virtually every professional jeweler and savvy diamond buyer in the world.
We back what we sell, and what GIA certifies so much, that we even have a diamond trade-in policy that we would love to share with you. Contact us today to learn more about our policy.