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The American Gem Society Laboratories is offering the service to distinguish if a diamond is natural or synthetic, and if it has been HPHT treated.
The application period for the 125 scholarships currently being offered by the Gemological Institute of America will close this Saturday, April 30.
The trading platform now has diamonds with reports from GHI Gemological Laboratory and De Beers’ International Institute of Diamond Grading and Research.
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It’s the largest faceted lab-grown blue the Gemological Institute of America’s ever studied, and it received a color grade of fancy deep.
The International Institute of Diamond Grading & Research now has a greater geographic reach, and also will accept non-Forevermark stones.
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Beginning March 1, prospective Gemological Institute of America students will have the chance to apply for more than 125 scholarships totaling over $500,000.
Clients will be able to ask the AGS to sort loose stones based on specific grading criteria, such as minimum color or quality.
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