Certified Jewellery

Certified Jewellery Guide

It is always a special moment and pleasure to buy gold for ourselves or gift gold jewellery to our close ones. Gold jewellery has also been precious and adored by most Indians and also by people around the world. Whether you want to buy a gold chain or any other gold neckless or another ornament for yourself, then how would you know it’s a pure ornament or not? If you are stuck with that question, then don’t worry.

In this article, we will try to solve your most of questions, and we will also let you know about the certifications of jewellery. Read the full article, to know about the certifications of jewellery.

 

BIS HALLMARK

Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Hallmark is used to ensure the purity of gold jewellery. As we all know every yellow color is not gold. And in India yellow metal also known as “Gold” is very popular to make or prepare gold jewellery.

To check the purity of gold ornaments you need to check their BIS Hallmark. If you are buying any gold jewellery with BIS Hallmark on it, then you are buying genuine gold items or products. You will see a print of the BIS Hallmark on the jewellery item which you are buying and this hallmark ensures the purity and identification jewellery mark.  

You can avail the benefits of BIS Hallmark by visiting any Hallmark centers that are present in every corner of Indian cities.

 

Solitaire Gemmological Laboratories (SGL)

Solitaire Gemmological Laboratories is an international laboratory that certifies the certification of gemstones including diamonds and solitaires. Diamonds are very different ornament from gold, and almost every diamond looks the same doesn’t matter if it is a real diamond or not.

And this is where SGL comes in which approves the certification of diamonds and other gemstones. SGL is the only laboratory body in the world that certifies the quality, durability, and purity of a diamond and other gemstones. Solitaire Gemmological Laboratories certificate includes the color of the diamond, clarity, gross weight, and weight of the diamond.