Are Synthetic Diamonds Hiding Within Your Jewelry?

Imagine This Scenario:

A jewelry manufacturer offers to sell you diamond jewelry. You examine the jewelry and find that it is acceptable, the price is right, and of course, it’s beautiful. You are pleased with what you are offered, so you accept and close the deal. You then display the jewels in your store, and even sell some of the merchandise at a profit. However, one day a customer comes back to your store, accusing you of selling synthetic, man-made diamonds. The customer demands his money back, threatens to sue you, and even vows to spread word throughout the industry and community that he will never buy from you again.

Identifying Real DiamondsIncidents like this happen all the time. Countless jewelers fall prey to dishonest sellers and buy diamonds that are purportedly real, but are in fact manufactured in a laboratory. The customer is left feeling as if they are a victim of fraud, and your business reputation is left in peril. Customers who previously recommended your business may never step foot in your store again. Your customers believe that the diamonds purchased from you are genuine, and that they are ultimately getting a good value for their money spent. How would you feel if you were to discover that the diamonds you purchased, from a trusted jeweler, were worth far less than expected (about 80% less to be exact)?

It is currently estimated that about 10% of the diamonds sold and advertised within today’s market as real diamonds are actually synthetic, and are manufactured using High Pressure, High Temperature (HPHT) technology, or Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD). The price of a synthetic diamond is approximately 80% lower than a genuine, real diamond.

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Protect Your Business Reputation

Avoiding this situation is simple. All you have to do is contact us, DIAMOND SERVICES USA. We are located in New York, and our laboratories are equipped with the latest, state of the art technology to verify the source of a diamond. Our advanced testing can show, with 100% accuracy, whether or not a diamond is natural or made in a laboratory.

After you send us your diamonds or jewelry, we’ll tag it and assign it a unique ID number. We then test the item(s), and are able to provide you with speedy results that will determine whether your diamonds are natural or manufactured in a lab. Finally, if passed as natural diamonds, we will issue the item a Forever Card. The card will include a bar-coded 360° panoramic video of the item, a professional image of the item, and a serial number containing all the specific information pertaining to the tested item.

 

 

 

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