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To certify or not to certify when you buy diamonds?


The simple answer is not important to get a lab certificate when you buy diamonds and the only times I feel that a certificate is essential are:
-    You are a diamond investor buying investment-grade diamonds (Flawless, Internally Flawless, VVSI or VVS2 D, E, and F color grades).
-    You are a diamond investor buying a fancy-colored diamond and you need certification that the color origin of the diamond is natural.

When you are diamond shopping, ask the jeweler if the stone you’re interested in has a lab certificate. If it doesn’t, ask if he would mind certifying it. If the response is, “Sure, no problem, I’ll get that for you within ten days at no cost,” you can be pretty sure it’s not necessary. But if the dealer tries to weasel out of it, and gives you excuses about long delays and extra fees, you can be pretty sure that dealer isn’t being honest about diamond grades.

If you are doing long-distance diamond trading, and the buyer isn’t able to see the stone before purchase, a certificate can be crucial. If a jeweler shows you a certificate for a stone, and the certification was done five years ago, its meaningless! The diamond could have been anywhere and undergone many changes since then.

The best thing to do is find a jeweler who will give you an open ended certification policy-that is, he will certify the diamond for you, free, at any time in the future. This way, if you need to resell the diamond you can certify it. Many customers want to be reassured that their diamond is really a diamond. This should not be a major worry, unless you brought a diamond from a guy on the street. No legitimate jeweler, even one who might try to cheat on color and clarity grades, is going to slip you a piece of glass, a cubic zirconia, or even a synthetic diamond and try to pass it off as a real diamond.

GIA – Gemological Institute of America (GIA) was the first FTC lab and probably the most internationally well-known. If they grade a diamond a D color, it’s a hard D. The others labs tend to grade up on the borderline calls. Meaning, if the EGL is on the fence with a diamond between a D and E, it has been my experience that they will give it the D grade, what we call a soft D.

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