Certified Jewelry

About IGS

International Gem Society is the one organization that connects people all over the world, based on their interest in gems. Enthusiasts soon become professional after associating and learning through different programs offered by IGS. Another key service offered by IGS is the certification of the jewelry and reporting of precious and semi-precious stones. It was founded by Donald Clark in 1998 and was soon handed over to the much talented professionals. The society is headed by Seth and Lisa Rosen and have Jeffery Bergman as the technical advisor. It is recognized worldwide and has multiple laboratories around the globe to offer the service of certification and reporting of jewelry and gemstones.

Importance of IGS Gemological Laboratories Certificates

Rosec Jewels are offering products that are certified by IGS. International gem Society (IGS) is a globally recognized medium to check and certify the authenticity of Gemstones and different categories of Jewelry. With every purchase made by customers on Rosec Jewels website, each listed product is certified and authenticated by IGS. A physical copy of two certificates namely “Certificate of Authenticity” and “ Gemstone identification” are received by the customer along with the order.

What is the need of IGS Certification?

Recognition by an organization which is having the authority to authenticate the formation of a piece of jewelry is essential while purchasing and at the time resale of the product. It is proof of the carat value, clarity, color, formation, and status of the product. Validation of the purchase is made by offering certification which helps to establish a long-term relationship of trust.

Benefits to Customers

Rosec Jewels is offering their customers numerous benefits by Certifying their products through IGS. The most prominent benefits are:

  1. Validation of Purchase.
  2. Authentication of Colored Gemstone and finished product.
  3. Certificate to share recognized information of the product.
  4. Fair value at the time of resale of jewelry.

Certificate of Authenticity

A certificate of authenticity is the recognition of the Rosec jewel’s Jewelry by IGS. Earrings, Rings, Bracelets, Pendants listed at Rosec Jewels are certified by IGS as per the global standards and key information is summarized in the document. The highlights of the summary include certificate Number, Description, gross weight, Gemstone Weight, C.S. Weight, Shape of the Gemstone, Color, Clarity, and Finishing status.

Gemstone Identification Report

A report is provided along with the order at the time of delivery to indicate the identification of gemstone by IGS. Rosec Jewels ensures to offer each customer the certificate without a fail. It is an effort to initiate a long-term relationship with valuable customers.

Key Terminology used in Certificate

The important terminology used in the two certificate are as follows:

Certificate Number

Each certificate has a unique certificate number which indicates the authenticity of the product purchased by them.

Report Number

Every report has a unique certificate number that indicates the identity of the gemstone.

Weight

The measurement of the weight of stone and jewelry are separately mentioned in the certificate and the report. The weighing standard of the gemstones and jewelry is the carat. CT represents the carat value of the diamond, emerald, ruby, gold, and all the other precious and semi-precious gemstones.

Color

The color code is based upon the gemstone. For example, in the case of diamond D, E, F is for colorless; G, H, I, J are for Near colorless; K, L, M are for faint yellow; N, O, P, Q, R is for very light yellow and S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z are for light yellow. Likewise, other gemstones too have color codes that are provided in the certificate.

Clarity

The inclusions in the diamonds are harmless over the quality of the stone. Clarity is defined based on the level of inclusion. For example, in the case of diamond F, IF reflects flawless; VVS1, VVS2 means very very small inclusions; VS1, VS2 means very small inclusions; S1, S2, S3 for small inclusions and 11, 12, 13 for included.

Cut

The cut of the stone is important to evaluate the value of the gemstone. In the case of a diamond, the cut is divided into three categories; perfect, too shallow, and too deep. The three reflect light differently and are an important factor contributing to the beauty of the diamond.

Relative/Specific Gravity

The cut of the stone is important to evaluate the value of the gemstone. In the case of a diamond, the cut is divided into three categories; perfect, too shallow, and too deep. The three reflect light differently and are an important factor contributing to the beauty of the diamond.

Microscopic View

The display of inclusions and different colors inside the microscopic view of a stone is mentioned in this particular segment. The major difference between natural and lab-generated gemstones can be easily seen with help of a microscope.

Optic Character

Optic character is a parameter to reflect the refractive materials. The five types of optic characters are Uniaxial positive, Biaxial positive, Uniaxial negative, Biaxial negative, and without any sign.

Finish

It is a critical comment about the finishing of the gemstones.

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