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IGI Diamond Reports

IGI Diamond Reports give an accurate assessment of a diamond's cut, color, clarity and carat weight according to strict international standards. IGI Diamond Reports are issued for diamonds of any size; a plotted diagram of the characteristics and a graphic representation of proportions appear on many of our documents. IGI Diamond Reports have different formats and presentations, customized to serve a wide range...

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Lab-Grown Diamonds Are Diamonds, Says FTC

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has expanded its definition of “diamond” to include those grown in a laboratory, as part of several changes to its jewelry guidelines. The FTC’s previous definition of a diamond stated: “A diamond is a natural mineral consisting essentially of pure carbon crystallized in the isometric system.” This is no longer applicable, the commission said Tuesday. The new...

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The Radiant Diamond Cut

The Original Radiant Cut represents one very special man’s desire to combine the elegant shape of the emerald cut, with the brilliance of the round stone. After thirty-three years of developing his craftsmanship, Henry Grossbard made his dream a reality he created the first Original Radiant Cut. Invented in 1977, this cut made squares hip again, enabling people to choose the stylish...

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Furious Brides Are Accusing Kay Jewelers of Swapping Out the Diamonds on Their Engagement Rings

Scandal! Outrage with Kay Jewelers Brides, so sad. Cosmopolitan wrote that Kay Jewelers stores are ubiquitous. They’re in malls everywhere, accompanied by their sister brands Zales and Jared, and countless engagement rings have been purchased there over the years. But a new report from BuzzFeed found that some brides were furious about how their diamonds were treated there. Multiple women told BuzzFeed that...

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