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Shape: Round
Carat: 0.83Ct
Cert.: DCLA
Asking: $ 3000 (QLD)
Shape: Round
Carat: 1.54Ct
Cert.: AGS
Asking: $ 10000 (QLD)
Shape: Princess
Carat: 1.34Ct
Cert.: LPC*
Asking: $ 7000 (VIC)
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All the diamonds listed in our database are certified. Certificate information below.

EGL Stands for European Gemmologcal Laboratory.
It is one of the world's largest and most famous diamond grading laboratories.

GIA Stands for Gemmological Institute of America. GIA is one of the world's most reputable and famous diamond grading laboratories.

IGI Stands for International Gemmological Institute and is the largest or one of the largest diamond grading laboratories worldwide. IGI have done such a great job strengthening their image and maintaining their integrity over the years that today an IGI certificate is one of the world's best diamond certificates.

HRD Stands for Diamond High Council (in Belgian). HRD is an old and well established gemmological service, based in Antwerp, Belgium. HRD has always been regarded as one of the world's strictest and most reputable diamond grading laboratories. We rate HRD as the best diamond certificate. The after market support provided by HRD is excellent, it's like they were your family.

Australian diamond grading laboratories.

There are a few Australian diamond grading laboratories such as GSL (Gem Studies laboratory) in Sydney, DCLA (Diamond Certification Laboratory of Australia) also in Sydney, Aus-Cert and Bauer laboratories in Melbourne.
They may not have the fame as the above four international diamond grading laboratories but they know how to grade diamonds properly and they will provide a detailed certificate that looks as good as what the international labs provide. We will accept diamonds that are certified by any one of these Australian laboratories just as willingly as diamonds certified by their overseas competitors.

Where do the best diamonds come from?

In this day and age, where nearly every large diamond of at least a decent quality is certified then it doesn't really matter where it came from, as long as it's from a non-conflict source. Also it's impossible for a diamond grading laboratory to know where the diamond was mined. That is why certificates don't show where the diamond was mined or cut, because the laboratories don't know for sure. They cannot take the word of the business that gave them the diamond for certification, as then it would defeat the purpose why they are independent for grading diamonds.


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