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Available online through Oct. 31, the scholarships are for the GIA’s Gemology and Jewelry Manufacturing Arts programs, courses and lab classes. Read more »
The brilliant-cut stone has a color grade of I and a clarity of VS2, the laboratory said this week. Read more »
In an effort to stay a step ahead of synthetic producers, the GIA plans to begin cultivating its own lab-grown diamonds at its research facility in New Jersey. Read more »
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 »
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