DCLA Synthetic diamond identification
DCLA Laboratory established in 2001 has always had the ability and equipment to identify synthetic diamonds.
The DCLA laboratory has identified many synthetic diamonds over the past several years.
DCLA is compliant and works strictly to the IDC rules.
As per the IDC rules the Synthetic diamonds Must be disclosed as “Synthetic diamond”.
Labs will have the choice whether or not to issue a grading report/certificate for synthetic diamonds. In case one is issued only a full grading report may be delivered.
If they do not issue grading reports, a short statement with weight, shape and nature of the stone must be available. The term “Synthetic Diamond Examination Report” or “Synthetic Diamond Assurance Report” is suggested for this limited document.
The terms laboratory-created/laboratory-grown/man-made/synthetic diamond may be used. The term “cultured” may not be used in any way to describe synthetic diamonds.
The DCLA will not certificate synthetic diamonds or diamonds with reversible treatments as this could lead to confusion in the Australian market.
The diamond trading floor that gives all diamond buyers direct access to DCLA guaranteed diamonds from Australian diamond dealers.
Tuesday 21 March, 2017
59.6 CARAT VIVID PINK DIAMOND
Sotheby's plans to auction the famous "Pink Star" diamond an internally flawless, fancy vivid pink stone at its sale in Hong Kong on April 4.
Wednesday 8 March, 2017
GIA FINDS SIGNIFICANT UNDISCLOSED SYNTHETICS
The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) recently uncovered an unusually large number of undisclosed synthetic diamonds mixed in with natural melee diamonds, the lab confirmed with Rapaport News on Monday.
Tuesday 21 February, 2017
DE BEERS PROFIT JUMPS AS DIAMOND MARKET STABILISES
Profit more than doubled for De Beers last year as trading conditions in the diamond-manufacturing sector improved and inventory levels stabilized.
Wednesday 14 December, 2016
DCLA DIAMONDS HAS LAUNCHED
Buying a diamond can be a difficult process.
Thursday 17 November, 2016
PINK DIAMOND SELLS FOR $18M AT CHRISTIEâ€™S GENEVA
Christie’s a pink diamond at its Magnificent Jewels auction in Geneva on Tuesday at $2 million per carat.
Wednesday 9 November, 2016
BAIN CAPITAL AND BOW STREET TO ACQUIRED BLUE NILE
In a surprise announcement, online jeweller Blue Nile has entered into an agreement to be acquired by an investor group managed by Bain Capital Private Equity and Bow Street LLC.
Thursday 3 November, 2016
GRAFF SHOWCASES THE GRAFF VENUS
The 118.78 carat type IIa diamond with no fluorescence and an excellent polish and symmetry. Is a record for a heart shape.