How To Verify Your Diamond Grading Report

Published: 07th July 2010
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When you purchase your chosen diamond or diamond jewellery from My Diamonds, www.mydiamonds.com.au you will receive, along with your diamond, it's unique Diamond Grading Report or Dossier. Diamond reports are provided by AGS Laboratories, GIA, the Gemmological Institute of America and HRD, Antwerp. All certified diamonds are registered with the laboratory that tested and graded the diamond. The reports and credentials can be checked at their respective websites, by entering the unique report number and the weight of the diamond.



To check your diamond, see below:~



AGS Laboratories ~ http://agslab.com/verify_diamond_grading_report.php

AGS Laboratory's grading reports provide you with all the relevant information that you require to make the best possible buying decision when it comes to purchasing your diamond.



The diamond grading report should be extremely important to you when purchasing your diamond, because it will prove the identity of the diamond by using the 4C's Colour, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight. When My Diamonds informs you that your diamond was graded by AGS, you can be confident that your report is from a diamond grading laboratory that you can trust.



GIA ~ Gemmological Institute of America ~ http://www2.gia.edu/reportcheck/index.cfm

Trusted by jewellers and consumers alike, GIA reports represent the highest standard of reliability, consistency and integrity. And now, GIA Report Check, provides an additional level of assurance, allowing you to quickly and conveniently confirm that the information on your report matches what is archived in the GIA report database.



HRD Antwerp ~ http://www.hrdantwerplink.be/

Located in the heart of the diamond centre, HRD Antwerp has been serving the international diamond industry for more than 30 years and stands for quality, tradition and the highest industry standards.



By entering the unique report number, you are now able to check the details on your report to verify the credentials of your diamond.



Not only can you now purchase your diamond on line from My Diamonds, www.mydiamonds.com.au, but you can also check the diamond's Diamond Grading Report or Dossier from the relevant web sites. This is an extra security measure for you, the purchaser, and one that My Diamonds, heartily supports and recommends. For more information please call My Diamonds on 1800 766 567, where their professional diamond specialists are on hand to help you.



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