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Diamond Grading Report/ Lab Report:
DoW highly recommends that you carefully inspect each and every diamond’s grading report, prior to making a purchase, to ensure the quality and value of the diamond.

What's the difference between certificates and grading reports?

In the industry diamond the words 'certificate', 'grading report', 'quality report' and 'lab report', all mean the same thing and are often times used interchangeably. The bottom-line is that any diamond which is accompanied with a grading report has been carefully inspected by an unbiased and certified gemologist. The gemologist has viewed the diamond under a microscope and meticulously documented that particular diamond's dimensions, clarity, cut, color, finish, symmetry and other key characteristics of the diamond.

ALL DoW diamonds are certified

Every diamond sold by DoW is certified and most are laser inscribed. By request, any diamond that is 0.25ct and up that lacks an inscription may have its serial number inscribed on the girdle for a small fee. This service requires an additional 10 business days to process.

DoW diamonds are only certified by the worlds most respected gemological laboratories: GIA, EGL, DOWGL (or OWN), AGSL. These gemological laboratories are world renowned for upholding the highest standards of integrity, academics, science, and professionalism through education, research, laboratory services, and instrument development.

Any diamond that is accompanied by one of these diamond grading reports is highly valued and guarantee of quality.