16 Jan Why Ask for Grading Report
When you are making any precious purchase like a house or a vehicle, it only makes sense to have a certified documentation that can prove the genuineness of the product. The same applies to when you are purchasing precious diamond jewellery.
You need a diamond grading report, which is the scientific blueprint of a stone’s exact quality characteristics. A GIA Diamond Grading Report is an assurance that proves that your diamond is a natural diamond, with disclosure of any treatment to enhance its colour or clarity. The report provides clear evidence that the purchase you have made is genuine, and a right choice.
GIA is a research and educational institute that acts as an independent, impartial entity for assessing and delivering comprehensive gem information. A GIA Diamond Grading Report™ provides expert analysis of everything regarding the diamond, which includes its carat weight, colour, cut, and clarity. Along with this, it also contains a plotting diagram that clearly shows a diamond’s inclusions and clarity characteristics. The GIA report also contains security features like a hologram, security screen, and microprint lines that prevent it from being forged or duplicated.
Diamond merchants realize that stones bearing GIA reports have instant credibility in the market, which is why gem owners around the world seek GIA reports for a careful and impartial evaluation of their stones. Every manufacturer and supplier across the world relies on GIA reports; and so does Aura Jewels!
A GIA Diamond Grading Report™ not only provides expert analysis of carat weight, color, cut and clarity, it also contains a plotting diagram that clearly shows a diamond’s inclusions and clarity characteristics. All GIA reports contain security features such as a hologram, security screen and microprint lines that prevent them from being forged or duplicated.
Gem owners around the world have sought out GIA reports because of their scrupulous and impartial evaluation. Diamond merchants recognize that stones bearing GIA reports have instant credibility in the marketplace. Those who buy, sell or curate the world’s most important diamonds, including the legendary Hope and the De Beers Centenary, rely on GIA.