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AGS Laboratories Releases ‘Only My Diamond’ Interactive Service to Enhance Diamond Quality Document

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(Press Release) LAS VEGAS, NV – The American Gem Society Laboratories (AGS Laboratories) announced the release of a new service offering, Only My Diamond.

The service is an interactive online tool on AGSLab.com, providing an enhancement to AGS Laboratories’ Diamond Quality Document (DQD) by offering supplementary diamond quality information.

The unique features of Only My Diamond include a downloadable PDF of the Diamond Quality Document, video of the jewelry buyer’s diamond, the American Gem Society’s proprietary ASET image, a map illustrating the facet alignment (known as the Optical Precision Map), a rendering of the diamond’s exact clarity plot and definitions of its components, images of the laser inscription, definitions of the 4Cs, and a proprietary light performance diamond quality graph that is backed by science.

“We recognized a need for a service like this in the diamond industry, especially one backed by the AGS Laboratories brand,” said Jason Quick, laboratory director of AGS Laboratories. “Only My Diamond is a further extension of the AGS Laboratories mission of consumer protection, more so, because it informs the consumer in a way that is interactive and engaging.”

Only My Diamond allows both suppliers and retailers to present the diamond to their customers by bringing the grading report to life, and providing complete details on the 4Cs, with visual and descriptive explanations of the diamond characteristics.

For more information about Only My Diamond, AGS Laboratories and its products and services, visit www.agslab.com. AGS Laboratories is a nonprofit diamond grading laboratory created with a mission of consumer protection.

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