Our team of professional European & American Gem Lab Gemologists uses the latest advanced equipment and best practices in identifying & examining your stones, ensuring highest International Gemological Standards are applied. All reports, each with a unique serial number, are accessible, recognized and accepted worldwide.
Our team is a diverse mix of globally-trained gemologists based in our laboratory . Our gemologists hold various certifications from prestigious institutions Graduate Gemologist (GG), Accredited Gemologist (AG) and Fellow of the Gemmological Association (FGA) respectively. This adds depth to our collective worldwide on gemology and the broad scientific spectrum of natural gemstone materials.
The AIG Diamond Certificate provides a reliable and accurate documentation of a diamond’s identity and grade based on the internationally recognized diamond grading system.
Each diamond is analyzed by several gemologists in order to provide the most accurate description of the diamond’s quality and characteristics.
The carat, color, clarity and cut – commonly known as the 4C’s of each diamond are clearly stated on each diamond certificate. Additional grading characteristics such as the finish, girdle, culet and fluorescence are also detailed on the certificate.
AIG has equipped itself with the most technologically advanced equipment available for the use of identification and authentication of gemstones.
Each AIG Colored Gemstone Certificate clearly states whether the stone is natural or synthetic, or has undergone any treatment. The certificate identifies the variety of the gemstone, its shape, carat weight, color quality, measurements, transparency factor and major optical characteristics.
Upon request, the origin of the gemstone may be determined.
The AIG Jewelry report is used to document jewelry pieces and identify the characteristics of the precious stones featured in each piece.
Laboratory Grown diamond, also known as synthetic diamonds or CVD, manmade.
Lab Grown diamond Report provides the same information as the AIG Diamond Report.