Worried about fake rare coloured diamonds?
We got you covered! Rare coloured diamonds are high-value investments and it’s no surprise if one can find knock-offs in the market. For your complete confidence, we only acquire rare coloured diamonds with certifications declaring its sources and authenticity. The certifications also list the specific characteristics of the diamonds to identify it conclusively.
GIA Coloured Diamonds Grading Report
The GIA is a not-for-profit organisation, therefore has no financial interest in any of their certifications. The GIA Diamond Grading report provides a full quality assessment of a coloured diamond including the colour grade and coloured origin (natural or treated), carat weight, and clarity along a plotted diagram of its clarity characteristics.
Without a Providence Report, there is no way of guaranteeing the authenticity of your pink diamond. The report features a unique lot number and outlines the diamond’s carat weight, shape, clarity and colour.
Certified Pink Diamonds
IMPORTANT: There are some company selling pink diamonds in Australia and providing valuations by unregistered and unrecognized valuer. This will give you a false indication of the origin and valuation of your investment ONLY have your pink diamond valued by an Australian registered valuer!
The National Council of Jewellery Valuers (NCJV) was established in 1984 to promote and maintain the highest professional standards for jewellery andfind arts valuation in Australia: http://www.ncjv.com.au/
The Australian Association of Jewellery Valuers (AAJV) is committed to providing and essential support service to the Jewellery Trade. It has been formedwith the combined knowledge of world-wide jewellery experience across wholesale, retail and manufacturing areas: https://www.aajv.com.au/