We stock a very large number of diamond with multiple different gem testing laboratories including GIA, HRD and IGI. A majority of our diamond stock is GIA Certified. This gives peace of mind and confidence when making that special purchase.

Diamond Guide

Discover the dazzling world of diamonds with our comprehensive guide, designed to help you make informed choices when purchasing your perfect gem. Explore the 4 Cs - cut, colour, clarity, and carat weight - while learning about ethical sourcing, certification, and how to select the ideal diamond for any occasion.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a GIA certificate?

A GIA certificate is a certification issued by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), an organisation that is widely considered to be one of the most respected authorities in the diamond and gemstone industry. The purpose of a GIA certificate is to provide an objective assessment of the quality and characteristics of a diamond, based on a number of different factors such as the diamond's cut, colour, clarity, and carat weight.

A GIA certificate includes detailed information about the diamond, such as its dimensions, weight, and shape, as well as a grading report that assesses the diamond's quality based on the four Cs (cut, colour, clarity, and carat weight). The report also includes information about any treatments or enhancements that may have been applied to the diamond.

One of the main advantages of a GIA certificate is that it provides a reliable and objective assessment of a diamond's quality, which can be helpful when making purchasing or selling decisions. GIA certifications are widely recognised and respected in the diamond industry, and many diamond buyers and sellers, like Beverley Hills Jewellers London, consider a GIA certificate to be a necessary and important part of any diamond transaction.