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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

De Beers' Production 6% Higher On The Year in Q3, Reports Anglo American
Sun, 2014-10-26

De Beers produced 6% more rough diamonds year-on-year in the third quarter at 8.19 million carats, reported mining conglomerate Anglo American.
 
The increase was "primarily due to a strong performance at the Jwaneng in Botswana, where higher grade material was accessed," said Anglo American which has an 85-percent stake in the diamond miner.
 

U.S. Retail Sales In September Decreased By 0.2% - Report
Sun, 2014-10-19

Ahead of the critical holiday sales season in the United States, economists surveyed by MarketWatch predict a small drop in sales in September.
 
MarketWatch reported that it expects that retail sales will have decreased by 0.2 percent last month. However, it stresses that the decline is not a result of consumer worries about the state of the economy.
 
The principal reason is a slowdown in auto sales in September following a large rise in August. Cars and trucks account for about 20 percent of all U.S. retail sales.
 

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