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GIA Offers Express Diamond Grading Services This Holiday Season

US-based retailers can receive grading reports within 24 hours.

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GIA Offers Express Diamond Grading Services This Holiday Season

(PRESS RELEASE) CARLSBAD, CA – Gemological Institute of America is offering Diamond Grading services in under 24 hours at no additional charge from Dec. 3, 2018, to Jan. 4, 2019. This limited time offer applies to D-to-Z diamonds received by GIA at its Carlsbad or New York laboratories, from U.S. locations, for Diamond Grading Report or Diamond Dossier services.

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All services must be ordered at the time of stone submission. Diamonds submitted with requests for add-on or follow-up services are not eligible and will be serviced based on the standard estimated return dates posted on GIA’s website.

To participate in this offer, contact a GIA client service representatives by phone in New York at 212-221-5858 or in Carlsbad at 760-603-4500, or by email, with a request to participate. Clients will be able to submit stones for this offer once all requested information is provided and GIA confirms eligibility.

For more information, visit GIA.edu.

Stones submitted for this offer cannot be received or returned on dates that GIA is closed, including weekends. View the full list of GIA closure dates here.

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