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Providing you with the most important information regarding gemstone...
AIGS The worlds's authority on colored gemstones
Providing you with the most important information regarding gemstone ORIGINS, TREATMENTS and QUALITY GRADES.
The AIGS MASTER GEMSTONE REPORT (MGR) provides the most important information regarding gemstone ORIGINS, TREATMENTS and QUALITY GRADES.
The AIGS Lab serves both the gem and jewelry industry and the public alike with a comprehensive range of gemstone and
jewelry analysis reports.
In 1977, Jeff Wildman (USA) and AIGS Chairman Henry Ho (Thailand)
invented the "Porta-Lab", which was the world's first portable gemological laboratory.
The AIGS laboratory is equipped with EDAX, FTIR, LIBS, UV/VIS and DFI technology.
Please note that this service is only applicable to reports issued after 1st August 2011.
Service and contact information for AIGS offices and take-in windows in Thailand, Japan and Sri Lanka.
The 'AIGS Master Gemstone Report' not only provides gemstone identification, origin determination and treatment
history, but also gives an indication of quality. This thorough assessment is derived from the stone's clarity,
quality of cut and rarity within the marketplace, and is then transformed into a simple star-based rating system for
our cutomers' ease of understanding.
Provides diamonds with a color, clarity and cutting grade, as well as testing for synthetics and treatments such as glass-filling.
Provides all necessary information regarding origin and treatments for colored stones, as well as a star rating system to represent quality.
Contains all relevant information regarding past enhancements, or a lack thereof. When possible, a geographical origin is also provided.
Provides classification and quality grades for jadeite, as well as a variety determination using the exclusive AIGS color chart.