Diamond Jewelry

We strive to make every step of buying Diamond jewelry easy and stress-free, that is why each Treasta Lab Grown Diamond Jewelery is verified and graded for quality using the same rigorous procedure as the mined diamonds.

We’ve partnered with GSI (Gemological Science International) - an independent and internationally recognized laboratory. They use state-of-the-art technologies to automate the process to reduce human error. This laboratory has been established in the year 2005. Their innovative ways to evaluate diamonds gives you and us the confidence to buy diamonds with ease. Here’s how they do it.

The laboratory evaluates the stone’s unique attributes like cut, color, clarity, carat weight, polish, symmetry, and other key characters. Evaluators use state-of-the-art technologies that are designed based on the standardized specifications for accuracy and consistency.

A formal grade report with a visual outline of the diamond is made that includes the “birthmarks” of the diamond that were formed during its creations. It also contains the unique identification number of the diamond with which it identified.

FAQs about Diamond Certification

What are GSI and Treasta Labs?

GSI - Gemological Science International and Treasta - Our own internal accredition service, and or third-party laboratories that we’ve partnered with to authenticate the quality of our diamonds using state-of-art technologies so that you can rest assured that you get the best diamonds in your jewelry.


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On what basis are diamonds certified?

Diamonds are certified on their unique characters like shape, cut, color, clarity, carat weight, symmetry, polish, etc.

We always provide you with the best diamonds in our jewelry. No matter what you are buying, engagement rings or cute little pin earrings for your ears. We offer you the best lab-grown diamond jewelry at prices better than the mined diamonds. With our expertise, we only strive to deliver to you, what you wish to buy with utmost ease and assurance.

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