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AGS Labs to Resume Grading Laboratory-Grown Diamonds

‘Consumers need a diamond grading report that clearly explains the characteristics of laboratory-grown diamonds.’

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LAS VEGAS, NV – AGS Laboratories announced that it will resume grading laboratory-grown diamonds, a service it previously offered until 2012.

The Laboratory-Grown Diamond Grading Report will be in a digital format and is a component of Only My Diamond for Laboratory-Grown Diamonds, which will contain additional educational information, including a special section on the 4Cs of laboratory-grown diamonds.

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“As the market expands, consumers need a diamond grading report that clearly explains the characteristics of laboratory-grown diamonds,” said Jason Quick, executive director of AGS Laboratories. “Our lab was founded for consumer protection, and our Laboratory-Grown Diamond Grading Report is one more way that we are demonstrating our commitment to the mission.”

AGS notes that its reports contain these features:

  • Unique color and clarity grading nomenclature, enhanced educational information, and a focus on precision cutting.
  • The only one of its kind offering AGS Ideal laboratory-grown diamonds.
  • Two laser inscriptions, which will clearly identify that the diamond is laboratory-grown.
  • Growth details regarding the laboratory-grown diamond.

AGS Laboratories will begin with a pilot program for the report and will expand services later this year. To learn more, contact [email protected]om.

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