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How to verify that the diamonds bought
are the same diamonds on the certificate.

Uh-oh. Looks like there's a problem. The diamond you bought has a certificate , but it's not for your diamond!It's obvious that when we buy a diamond , a certification would make it more trustable.But deep inside everyone's thought , we all are curious to know if the diamonds we purchased are the same diamonds on the certificate we received.
Well ,i won't keep you curious for long because I'm about to help you identify if the certification of your diamonds matches them or not.Let's go check them out.

Let's check out the certificate first.

Before we get to verifying the diamonds and it's certificate , we must first understand the certificate properly.(Some people might only hear the words “certification" and never provide the information for the diamond)Actually , diamond certification (Diamond report) is provided to guarantee the quality of the diamonds , which in turn makes the customers confident that the diamonds they purchased lives up to their value.

The institution that thai people trust the most for their certification is GIA or Gemological Institute of America.GIA has 2 type of certification which is a full report or Diamond grading report , which depends on the weight of the diamond. It is used with diamonds with a weight of over 1 Carat, and the other type , which is a summarized report or GIA diamond dossier , which is used with diamonds below 1 Carat. Full report certification cost more than a summarized report.

It's time to check if the diamonds matches it's certificate.
You can test them out with these methods below.

  1. 1. Check the certification number on the certificate and on the side (Girdle)of the diamond to see if they match. There will be a microscope in the store so you can use them to verify if they match. If they do match then its good.
  2. 2. Checking the weight of the diamond. To use this method of checking , you can use the tools in the store to measure the weight and the size of the diamond. You can also ask the store to measure the length, the width and the height of the diamond to see if they match the numbers on the report.
  3. 3. Look for flaws. Take a closer look at the diamonds to see any flaws on them and see if they are provided on the report. But don't forget that some scratches are so small that we might not be able to see or identify them. This step might be a little bit tricky but if it does not work you can go ahead and use the 2 other methods above.
  4. 4. Check them out on the GIA website on and provide the details necessary such as the reported number of the diamond, and the information for the diamond will all be provided and you can then verify if its correct.

When you're done reading our tips , don't forget to use them when you're picking a selection of diamonds so you can make sure that it's genuine , in good quality and that it would be perfect for you. And of course to eliminate any fakes or threats. Because at this age , certification doesn't really mean that much anymore . Do you agree?

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