Diamond jewelry is screened and graded using technology that generates a report based on the international diamond grading system. The report gives an all-around assessment of the diamond jewelry, tested and certified by our professionals, as per mounting permits. It includes the following information:
- Assessment of color, clarity, and carat weight
- A color range grade on the scale of D-to-Z
- Nature of Origin
Peace of mind, assured is not just a motto for SGL, it is a promise of trust and reliability. Every certificate issued from our end is safeguarded and secured with various layers of protection, setting higher benchmarks for fair trade and professionalism.
UV & Micro text
Access to data
SGL reports are freely available to view, verify and download. All the SGL certification data is maintained systematically and can be presented on demand as a right to consumer perusal limited to the certificate.
Providing professional diamond identification and grading services backed with the latest technology SGL is at the front end of the laboratory-grown diamond detection scenario. SGL’s specialized services and laboratory-grown detection instruments help in the easy identification of natural diamonds.
UV text visible under UV/Blacklight, Secured 3D holograms and a special paper make the SGL certificate a document that cannot be tampered with or easily duplicated. The diamond sealing also displays many tamper-evident features to provide peace of mind.
No efforts are spared to maintain client confidentiality, anonymity, and an unbiased grading report. SGL follows a system of barcodes and software modules to ensure the grading and processing of diamonds and their certificates are undertaken without any knowledge of the client details.
We provide unique additional services; tailored for your needs to add value to your diamond.
For further information, contact your nearest SGL Branch.
SGL tested diamonds carry laser inscribed numbers, letters, trademarks, and logos on the girdle of a diamond allowing the diamond to be easily identified. The inscription is visible under 10x magnification.