In Bengaluru, E.G.L. India will provide thorough and consistent quality analysis reports on diamonds, gemstones and diamond jewellery. E.G.L. India will offer the world-renowned proficiency, professionalism and perfection, which enabled the European Gemology Laboratory to the largest independent network of gemological laboratories as well as a dominating force in the world of gemological testing and education. The E.G.L. diamond grading report is a thorough quality “analysis”
Mr. Pritesh Jhaveri, Director, E.G.L. India, who pioneered diamond grading certification in India, says, “The E.G.L. Diamond Grading Certificate is unique, and a class apart in terms of impeccable international quality being brought to Indian diamond dealers, manufacturers and exporters. We offer faster services and turnaround times. The grading is consistent with international standards available globally. Unlike other diamond grading reports issued worldwide, the E.G.L. certificate is the only one, which identifies black colored inclusions in blue markings on the plot.”
The E.G.L. diamond consultation is a preliminary report, which provides vital information on aspects such as the shape, weight, color, clarity, dimensions and plot of the stone. It is a quick reference on the vital elements of the stone. The E.G.L. diamond jewellery report is a careful analysis of diamonds mounted in pieces of jewellery. The report meticulously analyzes the average color, clarity and cut of the diamond. It provides the estimated diamond weight, along with a photograph of the piece of Jewellery. E.G.L. Diamond Jewellery Report proves to be vital reference documentation for both the jeweler and the consumer. E.G.L. also provides customization of the Jewellery Report in order to help promote branding of jewellery.
Talking about the importance and relevance of globally acceptable certification, Jhaveri says, “The E.G.L. India diamond grading certification assures buyers of the quality and authenticity of their stone. If the buyer decides to sell the stone, the E.G.L. India certificate will provide the stamp of authenticity they will need to get a fair price. Changes in the market have increased the demand for reliable diamond appraisal reports from highly credible organizations and E.G.L. India is one of them. Diamond certification is important because today there are artificial diamonds and treatments used to enhance the color and purity of diamonds. Treatment has become so sophisticated that even your diamond dealer / retailer will not be able to detect them without advanced laboratory equipment, thus, diamond certificates safeguard your purchase. That’s where E.G.L. India comes with a unique proposition of authenticity and expertise!”
E.G.L. India offers: Express service in hours; substantial savings in comparison to competitors’
E.G.L. is the only singular qualifying body that issued Champagne Diamond Report. The significance of this report is that the color grading of the diamond is as per the Argyles color grading system of C1 (Light Champagne) to C7 (Fancy Cognac). Champagne Diamond Report provides Brown Diamond a whole new dimension to add to its remarkable colors. To cut a perfect diamond is an art. The E.G.L. Hearts and Arrows Diamond Report augment the perfection of this unrivaled diamond. E.G.L. provides a precise detailed report on the Hearts and Arrows Diamonds.
E.G.L. reigns supreme in the world of diamond grading. Started in 1973, E.G.L. was founded by Mr. Guy Margel in Antwerp Belgium. E.G.L. has expanded its frontiers to different parts of the world i.e. South Africa, U.K., Turkey, France, Israel, U.S.A, and South Korea. It also imparts in-depth comprehensive training to empower students with internationally recognized diplomas in Diamond Grading and Jewellery Designing. E.G.L. India is headed by Mr.Pritesh Jhaveri, who pioneered diamond grading certification in India with his mother company IGL. Innovative transparency and accuracy on analysis report and genuine customer satisfaction attracted E.G.L. to merge its expertise with IGL. The joint venture of Mr. Jhaveri’s IGL and E.G.L.’s international standardization-