GIA Report Vs. Independent 3rd Party Appraisal Or In-store Appraisal

The Gemological Institute of America or GIA is the only industry accepted standard for an unbiased quality grade of a diamond. With a GIA certificate, a diamond can be sold from dealer to dealer on face value, without the need of a second opinion. GIA does not value or appraise a diamond. Any other 3rd party appraisal is typically used as a marketing tool by a retail jeweler, and does not carry the weight or integrity of a GIA certificate. Typically, a 3rd party appraisal has an inflated valuation that is way above retail, as well as an inflated grade of clarity and color. An appraisal or grade that is established by a retail jeweler, even if the person grading the diamond has been trained by the GIA and is a Graduate Gemologist (GIA), is not the same as a GIA certificate. Gemologist (GIA), is not the same as a GIA certificate. You are invited to obtain your own GIA report in advance of selling your stone. Your stone must be delivered unset to GIA. The New York office only accepts stones that are 70 carats or larger. The California office will accept smaller size diamonds. We have provided their contract information for your convenience. Or you may have our GIA Graduate Gemologist evaluate your diamond.
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