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AGS Laboratories Launches Mounted Diamond Evaluation Reports

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(PRESS RELEASE) LAS VEGAS – The American Gem Society (AGS) Laboratories has announced that it is now offering diamond grading reports for diamonds set into jewelry.

The new Mounted Diamond Evaluation Reports will include color and clarity grades along with total carat weight as provided by the manufacturer, a description of the jewelry, and verification of the mounting stamp indicating the precious metal quality. In addition, AGS Laboratories will confirm that the diamonds are natural and untreated. The new diamond grading reports are aimed at helping industry retailers and wholesalers offer their customers enhanced consumer protection, satisfaction and confidence in their mounted jewelry.

“Offering the Mounted Diamond Evaluation Reports is one more way AGS Laboratories can fulfill its mission of consumer protection,” said Ruth Batson, CEO of the American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories. “AGS Laboratories is the only nonprofit lab dedicated to consumer protection, and consumers need and deserve a diamond evaluation report for jewelry that will provide consistency and accuracy in diamond grading.”

The new Mounted Diamond Evaluation Report is presented in a credit card-sized format that is easy to use and includes a sample photo of graded jewelry. The report is for diamonds larger than 0.18 carats.

For more information, visit agslab.com. To submit mounted goods, please email [email protected] or call 702.233.6120.

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