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Always Ask For GIA Certification Before Buying Diamonds
Although there are different certificates for diamond grading, the most widely accepted certificate is
that of GIA. GIA stands for Gemological Institute of America. This certificate is considered to be of
gold standard in the diamond industry. Their gradation of the diamond can easily be trusted. Each of
these diamonds have been manually checked and certified individually by a GIA certified gemologist.
However, this keeps the element of human errors alive. For example, you can always find a VS2 grade
diamond which is superior to another VS2 diamond. Thus, it is imperative that you find a jeweler or
diamond vendor whom you can trust. However, GIA provides great starting points as well as a sense of
assurance for novices. There are many diamond testing labs around and some of these have higher test
standards compared to others. GIA is very consistent and thus, a GIA certified diamond is usually
trustworthy.

Once you have found a seller who deals in GIA certified diamonds, it is time to check that your
chosen diamond is performing exceedingly well in the 4C's. For this, you can always ask for a highly
magnified image of the diamond you are about to buy. Jewelers provide up to 40 times magnify images
for diamonds. At this level of zoom, you can always find the hidden flaws of any diamond. Then you
can decide if you really want to buy that diamond or not.

42 W 48th Street, New York, NY 10036 USA
Phone: 212-575-9044
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After this, take the diamond in your hand and check it with the naked eye. Look really close and rotate
the diamond to check if there are any visible dents or marks on the diamond. Also, note how sparkling
and shiny the diamond really is. Diamonds often have a yellow tint or a milky opacity. Make sure that
your stone is free from those flaws.

Once you are satisfied with each of the visual aspects of the diamond, you can now pay for that stone.
An interesting and handy thing to know is GIA inscribes a unique identification number to all the
diamonds they certify. This way, anyone can easily track the diamond. Ask your jeweler to show you
this code. You can also find this code in the magnified image which we recommend you to see before
the purchase. This code is generally found at the edge of the diamond. This number assures that the
diamond is really graded by GIA and you can buy it without anymore hesitation.

42 W 48th Street, New York, NY 10036 USA
Phone: 212-575-9044
Email: valentin@valentinmagro.com
Website: https://www.valentinmagro.com/


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