Yes, IIGJ-RLC issues reports for stones mounted in metal (jewellery) as well as string.
Yes, IIGJ-RLC issues reports for rough stones too.
IIGJ-RLC doesn’t grade coloured gemstones. Identification Reports typically mentions the characteristics of the stone, such as weight, measurements, shape, cutting style and colour, determine mineral group, species and variety, determine natural or synthetic and indicate detectable treatments.
No. IIGJ-RLC issues only identification and diamond quality grading reports.
This suggests the amount of filler (oil/ resin) present within the fissures. This is indicative of the degree of clarity enhancement.
There are several treatments applied on gemstones, out of which, many are accepted. However, confirmation from an independent laboratory like IIGJ-RLC regarding absence of any treatment adds to the value.
As per international standards stones weight is rounded upwards if third decimal figure is nine (9). For example, a stone that weighs 1.998 ct would be rounded to 1.99 ct, but one that weighs 1.999 ct would be rounded to 2.00 ct.
Synthetic diamonds undergo the same grading process as natural diamonds.
No. at this stage IIGJ-RLC only grades diamonds in colour range(scale) from D-Z.
Since there is no internationally accepted system for evaluating cut grade for fancy shaped diamonds, IIGJ-RLC only comments on symmetry and polish.
IIGJ-RLC does not grade filled diamonds but grading reports for lasered and HPHT treated diamonds are issued with clear disclosure of treatments.
You can verify the report on IIGJ-RLC website. However, if a hard copy of the report is needed, please send a letter to IIGJ-RLC stating report number and issuing date. The duplicate report is issued at a charge of Rs. 200.
Yes. IIGJ-RLC needs you to sign a letter of authorization or a self-attested note at the back of the original acknowledgment receipt. Contact IIGJ-RLC for more details.