Colored Stone Identification Report
Identifies and describes a material and lists detectable treatments. For any polished, rough, loose or mounted material.View Sample Report
Colored Stone Identification & Origin Report
An Identification Report, with geographic origin added. For polished, rough, loose or mounted natural ruby, sapphire, emerald, Paraíba tourmaline, red spinel and alexandrite only.View Sample Report
Colored Stone Services
GIA Add-On Services give you further information or security for your colored stone.
GIA Follow-Up Services verify, re-evaluate or update results from your original GIA Report.
GIA Specialty Services offer further analysis and information on your noteworthy colored stones.
GIA Batch Services utilize GIA-developed technology to analyze and sort colored stones based on varying test types.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Which analysis and grading services are offered at each laboratory location?
- How do I pay for analysis and grading services?
- On a Laboratory report for a treated emerald, what does F1, F2 and F3 mean?
- What does heat treated mean?
- Why doesn't GIA issue grading reports for colored stones?
- How does GIA test colored stones?
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