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The new lower cost digital report is available for natural round brilliant-cut diamonds that weigh between 0.15 and 0.29 carats. Read more »
The Gemological Institute of America is no longer grading stones from one Indian company after that company allegedly submitted multiple diamonds inscribed with report numbers for other stones. Read more »
At a session held Sunday at JA New York Summer, the DCA’s Terry Chandler discussed how selling over-graded diamonds could turn off an entire generation. Read more »
The owner of EGL USA is now issuing grading reports under the GHI brand name, as the lab continues to work to distance itself from the EGL International brand. Read more »
The Accredited Gemologists Association is holding a half-day conference on Thursday, May 28 in Las Vegas, bringing together industry experts to talk about detection, market perceptions and pricing of lab-grown diamonds.  Read more »
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