LABS – GIA pilots jewelry report service


CARLSBAD, California – GIA (Gemological Institute of America) is piloting an innovative Jewelry Report service that offers insights into the components of submitted items, including metal details, gemstone characteristics, and existing engravings. Anyone interested in the pilot program can sign up here for the waitlist. 

The GIA Jewelry Report offers a comprehensive description of the submitted jewelry piece(s), including metal verification and ranges for the clarity, color, and carat weight of D-to-Z diamonds that do not have previous GIA reports for unmounted diamonds.

If the diamonds have existing GIA report numbers, the specific grades will be detailed on the report with a link to GIA’s Report Check for added verification. The GIA Jewelry Report also includes details of any current markings. 

Add-on services will be available for new engravings, a 360-degree video of the jewelry and more for an additional fee. 

“This service is an extension of GIA’s ongoing commitment to ensure consumer confidence and trust in jewelry,” said Tom Moses, GIA executive vice president and chief laboratory officer. 

All report numbers for the GIA Jewelry Report will be alphanumeric, ensuring a unique and secure identification for each piece. This new service aligns with GIA’s mission to protect consumers and uphold the integrity of the gem and jewelry industry.

LABS – GIA pilots jewelry report service

Sample of the GIA Jewelry Report.