Color Gemstone ReportColor Gemstone/Diamond Full Report
Color Gemstone/Diamond Full ReportNYG (New York Gemological Laboratory Resources) is a non-profit Laboratory and Resources center and is likely, one of the most recognized and respected organization of all the Gemological labs worldwide.
Graders are always on the lookout for simulated stones, synthetic gems and stones that have been treated in some way to enhance their appearance, such as the treatments that are commonly applied to create a new or more vivid color.
However, once you grasp the basic principles, you will wonder how anyone could buy a gemstone without using this kind of vocabulary.
The NYG Colored Stone Report clearly states whether the stone is natural or synthetic.
It also provides other data describing its shape, cut, weight, measurements, color, transparency and major optical characteristics, and also includes a detailed photograph of the stone.
Gemstones should only change hands when accompanied by a certificate attesting to quality. Regardless of location or marketplace, an authentic IGI Laboratory Report is the common language of trust and confidence in the gemological world.
NYGL report also provides detailed information about the dimensions, carat weight, shape, cut, and enhancements of a stone.
NYGL reports also include an illustrated diagram of the stone that shows cut and clarity information.
NYGL certification also provides information on the stone's country of origin, and identifies any gemstone enhancements or treatments.
Color Diamond Full Report Sample
Color Diamond ReportColor Diamond Report Includes
Characteristics of Color Diamond Documented in the Color Diamond ReportRegister No : Describes the register number of A Color Diamond.
Report Title : For all other gemstones read Identification Report. For, May read Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Alexandrite or Tourmaline Report.
Date : Indicates when the examination was completed and the report printed.
Conclusion : Indicates the identity of the material and whether it is natural or synthetic in origin.
Species : The mineral name of a gemstone, that is based on A Diamond's chemical composition and crystal structure.
Variety : The sub-category within a gemstone species, based on color, transparency or actuality.
Source Type : Available for Ruby and Sapphire only. This classification system relates the geological environment in which a stone was formed to the stone’s features and properties.
Treatments : Indicates whether and how a gemstone is treated, or if the color is natural.
Shape : Outline of the gemstone. Most common shapes are Round, Oval, Cushion, Pear, Octagonal, Heart and fancy shapes.
Cut : Indicates faceting style.
Weight : Carat Weight is the standard weight unit used for all Gemstone. One carat equals 0.20 gram, or, one gram equals five carats.
Measurements : Lists the diamond's dimensions- Length, Width, Depth- in millimeters.
Color : The color is a spectral hue. The Color grade is based upon the purity of primary color. Any particular gem can exhibit a wide range of colors. It is important to point out that the name of a gemstone has no association with a particular color. For example, A Sapphire can be may be yellow, orange or pink.
Tone : Tone describes the lightness or darkness of a gemstone.
Clarity : Clarity is defined as the degree to which the stone is free of inclusions.
Depth : The height of a gemstone measured from the culet to the table. Depth - for round diamonds, width - for fancy shapes.
Transparency : Transparency is an indication of how clearly you can see through the stone. It describes the amount of light able to pass through the gemstone.
Comments : Indicates additional information regarding the gemstone. Specifying what, if any, treatment(s) the gem has been subjected to.
Image : A color digital image of the item described on the report.
Origin : Provided upon request. It generally designates the country of origin of the gemstone.