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GIA Launches Proprietary Cut Program for Diamond Grading Reports

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CARLSBAD, CA – Gemological Institute of America laboratory clients can now participate in GIA’s Proprietary Cut Program for diamonds with branded cut names. GIA grading reports for diamonds submitted as part of this program will include the branded name of the proprietary diamond cut with the diamond shape and cutting style description. 

Clients who would like to participate in this program will be required to provide supporting documentation, including diamond facet arrangement. Only clients who have completed the documentation will be able to submit diamonds as part of this program. For more information or to apply for this program, clients should contact their client services representative.

This enhancement to diamond grading report services is offered at no additional charge.

The Proprietary Cut Program includes branded cut names on GIA grading reports for diamonds.
In the image above, the sample proprietary cut name is listed above the shape and cutting style description.
“CENTAURI CUT” is not an actual proprietary cut; it is included only as an illustration.

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