EGL International

Since 1974, EGL International has demonstrated its expertise in gemology and diamond certification using the most updated technology and laboratory equipment. We evaluate your diamonds and precious stones with the highest standards of precision in gathering all the required data for certification. The internationally recognized EGL International Diamond Report is your diamond’s DNA.

Our mission is to leave no doubt about the true value of your diamond

A Diamond Certificate is official documentation of your gem’s quality and main attributes: its Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat weight, which are known in the diamond industry as the 4 Cs.

Diamond and diamond jewelry appraisals are based on grading report results, the approximate market value and the replacement value in the event of theft or loss.

EGL International Laboratories now prints its QR code on its diamond reports, becoming the world's first diamond grading institute to issue certificates with its company QR code.

EGL International is a friend of the Diamond Development Initiative, an organization dedicated to the advancement of diamond mining regions in Africa.


Latest News

Diamond Business Leaders To Speak At Zimbabwe Conference
Tue, 2014-07-22

Leading diamond industry leaders from around the world will give speeches at the second Zimbabwe Diamond Conference which is to be held on November 6-7.
The first Zimbabwe Diamond Conference was staged in November 2012.
The speakers are: Eli Izhakoff, who serves as Honorary President of the World Diamond Council (WDC), the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) and CIBJO, the World Jewellery Confederation.

Rosy Blue Responds To Belgian Reports About CEO Dilip Mehta
Sun, 2014-07-13

  The Rosy Blue Business Alliance and its management issued a press release to express its "shock" over reports in the Belgian media on July 10 which said that CEO Dilip Mehta had been arrested in Dubai following an extradition request from Belgium.
"These reports have no basis in fact. Neither The Rosy Blue Business Alliance, its management nor Dilip Mehta is involved in the case," the diamond and jewelry manufacturing giant said in its media statement.

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