Lab-Grown


GIA’s New Reports for Lab-Grown Diamonds Are Out

October 15, 2020
They include the same color and clarity terminology the lab uses for natural diamonds, a change announced earlier this year.

Third Edition of Popular Book on Lab-Grown Diamonds Released

October 15, 2020
Authors Dusan Simic and Branko Deljanin also will be hosting webinars on lab-grown diamonds this fall.

De Beers’ Lab-Grown Diamond Brand Moves Into 28 More Stores

October 7, 2020
Lightbox now will be sold throughout the Midwest, as well as in California, New York and Canada.

Charles & Colvard Is Now Selling Lab-Grown Diamonds

September 16, 2020
The line, exclusive to Charles & Colvard, is called “Caydia.”

GIA Now Analyzing Fancy-Shaped Melee

August 27, 2020
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.

10 Jewelry News Stories You Might Have Missed

August 14, 2020
A big diamond find in Russia, another change from GIA, a sneak thief on the loose, and more.

GIA Is Changing Its Lab-Grown Diamond Grading Reports Again

August 13, 2020
Starting in Q4, the lab will use the same color and clarity terms as it does for natural diamonds.

AGS Labs Resumes Grading of Lab-Grown Diamonds

August 4, 2020
It will use the same color and clarity grading scales that are used for natural diamonds but add a special designation.

To Sell, Or Not To Sell: That’s the Lab-Grown Question

July 29, 2020
More and more companies sell lab-grown diamonds, forcing jewelers to decide: Should I carry them, or not?
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