GIA - Gemological Institute of America


GIA Certified Diamonds

GIA (Gemological Institute of America) - The worlds foremost authority on gemology. Nonprofit Education, Research, and Gemological Laboratory Services. There is more to GIA than its 70 years of groundbreaking gemological research and education. More than the Gemological Institute of America's dedicated team of over 700 professionals. More than the GIA's nonprofit status and unbiased diamond certificates. When purchasing a diamond select a diamonds broker which carries GIA certified diamonds.

GIA's Active Ingredients
Look beyond the world renowned reputation of GIA's Diamond Grading Reports...
...beyond the credibility and prestige imparted by its diploma programs...
...beyond the countless discoveries of the gemological institute of america's distinguished scientists and researchers...
...and what you're left with are the active ingredients in each of GIA's products and services: knowledge and integrity.
Values that have distinguished GIA as an impartial and trusted friend to both consumers and jewelry professionals for well over half a century.

GIA - Gemological Institute of America - Dedicated to Serving Industry Professionals and Consumers
Since 1931, when Robert M. Shipley founded the Gemological Institute of America in Los Angeles, GIA has translated its expert knowledge of diamonds and gemstones into the most respected education available in the gem and jewelry industry. The GIA is world renowned for its curricula of courses, classes, diamond certificates and seminars are developed to help jewelers and their customers deal in a mutually assured spirit of professionalism and trust.

The Gemological Institute of America is an independent nonprofit organization. GIA is renowned for its impartial service as the world's foremost authority in gemology. The GIA's history of ground-breaking scientific research, education, and gemological laboratory services reads as a virtual chronicle of the industry's own growth and sophistication.

GIA Creators of the International Diamond Grading System. From 1953, when Richard T. Liddicoat created and introduced the International Diamond Grading System to the position the GIA holds today as the most respected grading and identification authority in the world GIA has combined the principles of research, education, and service to help gem and jewelry professionals around the globe use science and product knowledge to sustain the public's trust.

Diamond brokers provide direct access to thousand of GIA certified diamonds at wholesale prices. Insist that your diamond dealer sells GIA certified diamonds. Choosing a diamond certified by the Gemological Institute of America provides the consumer accurate, honest and independant information of the diamond's grade and ultimately its value.


GIA certified diamonds