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GIA Certified Diamonds in Los Angeles, CA

Are you in the market for diamonds? You've come to the right place. At Gem Dynasty, we carry a wide selection of certified diamonds. As an established seller of diamonds in Los Angeles, CA, we pride ourselves on our knowledgeable staff and customer-oriented approach. We offer a wide variety of diamonds ranging in shape and size to accommodate your needs.  That means that whether you're looking for round, princess, emerald, radiant, asscher, oval, marquise, heart, pear, trillian or cushion diamonds...  We've got you covered. 

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An Impressive Selection of Diamonds

We carry a selection of diamonds that's bound to impress collectors and merchants alike. And when you to come Gem Dynasty, you'll benefit from our helpful sales team and convenient hours. Our goal is to become your go-to source whenever you need quality diamonds. And if you have any questions about our inventory, we'll be more than happy to provide the answers you need to make the best purchasing decisions for yourself or your business.

In Los Angeles, CA, Gem Dynasty is the place to go if you're looking for a great selection of certified diamonds. Call or visit today to learn more about our inventory.

What You Should Know About Certified Diamonds

A diamond certificate, otherwise known as diamond report, is a product of diamond evaluation by an accredited gemological laboratory. Such grading provides the diamond's 4 Cs (carat weight, cut, color & clarity). Additionally, it also confirms the measurements, polish, symmetry, fluorescence and the graphical illustration of a diamond pinpointing the diamond's inclusions. While a certification somehow affects the value of a diamond, it is noteworthy to note that such gratings are still derived from the opinion of an individual at the lab who assessed the stone, thus, still subjective based on the lab's grading standards. Ideally best way is to make an appointment and coming in and comparing the actual diamonds to see which would suit your needs.

How to Master the Diamond Certification Game

Before diving into buying a diamond, you should know how to play the game by unlocking the rules of diamond grading from legitimate laboratories such as GIA, EGL, and other independent laboratories. What is the game being played daily in the diamond market? GIA is commonly known to have a stricter grading than EGL, IGI, HRD and other labs. Hence, a diamond shopper must have extensive research in order to find and compare significant differences in grading accuracy between the diamond grading laboratories as most local jewelers do not disclose all of these for the sake of selling their own stone. An ordinary shopper would assume that just by a diamond certificate that shows a G color, it must really be a G color, which is not always the case! An EGL-USA tends to grade a diamond one color off as compared to GIA. Whereas EGL-Israel grading is often off two color grades compared to GIA. Other grading aspects like clarity, polish, symmetry and fluorescence also vary. But the color strongly impacts the value of a diamond and it is an aspect that a customer is difficult to see. However, the reality still remains that the type of diamond certification must not affect the price of the diamond. But why do wholesale prices differ for diamonds of the same grading but different laboratories? It is simply because the grading standards for each lab are not the same. Let's take for example of two gradings: Diamond A: Cushion 2.50 carat EGL certified, E color, VS1 clarity Diamond B: Cushion 2.50 carat GIA certified, G color, VS2 clarity. At first, we would think that Diamond A has a greater value having two color grades higher and one clarity grade higher than Diamond B. Yet this comparison is partly correct & partly wrong.  In a closer examination, if Diamond A is priced more than Diamond B, a diamond laboratory must also be taken into account knowing that some of those labs have more lenient grading standards. Also, the shopper should share the blame. Some buyers want to get the deal so desperately even compromising the quality of a stone just to be satisfied by an impressive certification. You as a buyer should consider that a diamond is not only justified by its grading but by its actual appearance as well. Knowledge and awareness are always the key for a quality diamond.


High Quality Eternity Diamond 3.00 carat tw

We have new stocks of eternity bands with high quality diamonds D color VS clarity. We also have other bands in different carat sizes and quality that are flexible to any budget you have. Call us at 213-623-9494!