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It’s called the Fenix and is said to polish diamonds 10 to 20 times faster than can be done by hand.
The names of proprietary cuts can now appear on the lab’s diamond grading reports, as long as the submitter meets the program’s requirement.
The half-day event will be held on Friday, June 1, at the Westin Las Vegas.
GIA staff will screen melee independently on-site at Stuller’s Lafayette, Louisiana, headquarters.
It also will offer laser inscription removal through a new partnership with Advanced Diamonds.
A story about the GIA finding a layer of lab-grown ruby on a natural near-colorless sapphire was among our most popular last week.
Though a lab-grown layer is nothing new, the absence of one element suggests different growth methods.
Priced at $9,900, the Alrosa Diamond Inspector can identify natural and lab-grown diamonds as well as simulants, both loose and set.
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