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GSI Expands Synthetic Diamond Jewelry Testing Services to Reach Clients Worldwide

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The service is for goods as small as melee.

(Press Release) NEW YORK – Gemological Science International announced it has expanded its synthetic testing services for finished diamond jewelry to Hong Kong, India, New York and Dubai.

This service is offered to manufacturers and retailers that wish to have goods as small as melee set in finished jewelry tested. At the same time, GSI’s loose diamond testing services continues to be offered at all of GSI’s facilities around the world.

This is the latest in a series of services that GSI offers to the jewelry trade to address current industry concerns.

“At GSI, we put our customers’ needs first and foremost,” said Debbie Azar, GSI co-founder. “We are therefore taking every step necessary to provide the most state of the art services and offerings that allow all levels of our trade to guarantee the validity of their products.”

GSI does not require clients to have their diamonds and/or finished diamond jewelry graded by the lab, or have any certificate for that matter, in order to order to have their diamonds and/or finished diamond jewelry tested for synthetics.

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