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IGI Certifies 10-Carat Diamond Grown With New Technology

May 26, 2015 11:57 AM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... The International Gemological Institute (IGI) Hong Kong certified lab-grown, 10.02-carat, E, VS1, type IIa, square, emerald-cut  stone produced by New Diamond Technology LLC of St. Petersburg, Russia. The lab stated that the stone was fashioned from a 32.26-carat piece of man-made rough and received a "very good-excellent finish grade."diamonds  
 
Marc Brauner, the co-CEO of IGI Worldwide, stated that the 10 carat stone is "unique in all aspects" and that the science and technology behind the processes synthesizing this stone are significantly more advanced than other man-made diamonds currently on the market. "The stone’s large size, in combination with the very high-color and breathtaking brilliance, will ensure it a prominent place among the pioneers in the diamond industry," he said.

Tamazi Khikhinashvili, the president of New Diamond Technology, anticipates unveiling the diamond during the JCK Vegas show at their booth B2408.

 

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