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Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…

Step 9: Analyzing the Metal

The jewelry item will be weighed in grams and then the weight of anything non-metal (such as diamonds or other gemstones) will be deducted from…

Step 8: Checking for Fluorescence

A small percentage of diamonds have fluorescence. This means that they glow when stimulated by long-wave Ultra Violet light. The majority exhibit blue fluorescence but…

Step 7: Checking the Color Grading

The internationally accepted color scale, which was created by the GIA, starts at the letter D (which is the whitest color) and ends in Z…

Step 6: Checking for Treatments

A treated diamond is a diamond that has had its appearance altered by manmade means, usually to improve the diamonds color or clarity, or both.…

Step 5: Checking the Girdle

The girdle is the edge between the top and bottom of the stone that helps protect the stone from chipping. The grader will check the…

Step 4: Clarity Grading

All of our experts are trained to grade to GIA standards. The GIA is one of the most trusted diamond grading laboratories in the jewelry…

Step 3: Estimating the Diamond Weight

Most diamonds will be set in jewelry. We will estimate the weight of the diamond by measuring the diamonds diameter and depth right down to…

Step 2: Assessing the Condition of the Diamond

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known to man, so generally they are still in good condition even after they have been worn in jewelry.…

Step 1. Identifying the Shape and Cut

The shape of the diamond is a very important when it comes to putting a value on your diamond. Round Brilliant cut diamonds tend to…