GIA Graded Diamond Rings
December 1, 2008 by Tierra Wilson
The world’s largest and most esteemed nonprofit institute of gemological exploration and learning, The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) grading reports are now available on select diamond rings from Apples of Gold Jewelry: GIA Graded Diamond Rings.
When a piece of jewelry is labeled as “GIA Graded” you can look forward to a superiority that cannot be found anywhere else. GIA has graded some of the most illustrious stones in the world including the Hope Diamond, the Steinmetz Pink, the Incomparable Diamond, the Centenary Diamond, and many more. According to the Wall Street Journal “…every diamond should come with a grading certificate from an accredited gemological laboratory; the jewelers we talked to agree that the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), an independent, nonprofit organization, is the most trustworthy.”
We all know how vital a diamond ring purchase can be and how influential excellence plays in consumer purchasing decision making. You can find exactly what you are looking for with Apples of Gold’s GIA Graded Diamond Rings. One stand out choice is this GIA Graded 1/2 Carat Diamond Solitaire Ring in Rose Gold. Its simplicity and elegance cannot be matched as a 14k rose gold band reaches up to hold a H Color, SI1 Clarity diamond, in 14k white gold prongs. A GIA Diamond Report is included with the purchase of all Apples of Gold GIA Graded Diamond Rings and includes information such as carat weight, clarity grade, and registry information.
Additionally, not only will the GIA Diamond Report be automatically shipped with your order, but you can ask to see the report details before purchasing. The secure feeling you will experience when selecting a GIA Graded Diamond Ring from Apples of Gold is priceless.
Have a particular diamond size, color, or clarity, in mind? Contact Apples of Gold. We have access to several thousand diamonds from the most competitive diamond dealers in the world.
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