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The updated layout includes enhanced security features and will debut in October.
Participants of next week’s two-day event will learn how to use its 12-step process for evaluating jewelry quality.
It’s an expansion of the service GIA launched in 2016 to address concerns about lab-grown and treated diamonds being mixed into parcels of melee.
The institute is offering $1 million in funds for new enrollments next year.
The New York City gemstone laboratory has developed a model system for doing business in person during the pandemic.
Starting in Q4, the lab will use the same color and clarity terms as it does for natural diamonds.
The first guests are Stuller executives.
The system is currently being tested in New York and Carlsbad, with an industry-wide rollout expected next year.
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