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Certification Of Diamond Quality

A diamond certificate or grading report provides an expert opinion on the quality of the diamond and is provided by an independent gemology lab. Trained gemologists with specialized equipment measure the weight and dimensions of the diamond and assess quality characteristics such as cut, color, and clarity. Brilliant Earth diamonds are certified by the world’s leading gem grading labs including GIA, IGI, and GCAL. Please contact us to request an electronic copy of a diamond's lab certificate.

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Verification Of Diamond Origin

Brilliant Earth loose diamonds and diamonds set in create your own diamond engagement rings come with an origin card. We are committed to diamonds that are mined, cut, and polished with respect for people and the environment. They are not tainted by violence and are produced in alignment with high labor and environmental standards.

Many retailers claim that they do not carry conflict diamonds – defined as diamonds financing rebel groups attempting to overthrow national governments. However, very few retailers have auditing processes in place to verify the origin of their diamonds. At Brilliant Earth we go beyond the usual standard to offer diamonds that originate from ethical and environmentally responsible sources.

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