GIA Certified Diamonds

Why You Should Buy Your GIA Certified Diamonds from White Pine

Whether you need a centerpiece for an engagement ring, a loose diamond for a pair of earrings, or any other custom jewelry need, buying GIA certified diamonds online with White Pine is a seamless and secure process.

White Pine offers a consistently updated selection of GIA certified diamonds, with new inventory added weekly. We can also provide overnight shipping and the option of a 7-day memo before you buy.

Our inventory of GIA certified diamonds sell very quickly and is refreshed frequently and represents great value in the market. We offer a selection of rounds and fancy shapes. All diamonds are available for immediate purchase or on memo. Go to Rapnet and search our ID 113702 to view our inventory at any time or start browsing our collection of GIA certified diamonds by downloading our inventory list here .

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To request a stone call 646 569 3680 or email orders@whitepinediamonds.com. 

 

Buying GIA Certified Diamonds Online: Our Process

Whether you need a centerpiece for an engagement ring, a loose diamond for a pair of earrings, or any other custom jewelry need, buying GIA certified diamonds online with White Pine is a seamless and secure process.

Our inventory of GIA certified diamonds sell very quickly, is refreshed frequently and represents great value in the market – making it easy for you to find the perfect diamond. You can also purchase melee diamonds here.

Step 1

Download and browse our collection of rounds and fancy shapes and filter by carat weight, cut, color, and clarity to find the exact GIA diamond you're looking for.

Step 2

Once you've found the diamond you want, you can either purchase it immediately or request a 7-day memo. Our team of experts are available to answer any questions you have and guide you through the process.

Step 3

All of our diamonds come with the original GIA certification report, guaranteeing the authenticity and quality of the diamond you're purchasing. Plus, we use overnight shipping and employ a hassle-free return policy.

 

Why Purchase With White Pine

There are 3 pillars that make us a leader in the diamond industry:

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  • Trustworthy

    If you’re purchasing GIA certified diamonds regularly, you need a seller that meets or exceeds your expectations every time and consistently delivers good service. Which is why we work hard to provide you quality assurance, accurate information, peace of mind, and unbeatable customer service. Check out our customer reviews to see why we’re recognized as one of the world's leading recycled diamond and jewelry companies.

  • Reliable

    When you purchase with White Pine, you get a diamond dealer company that consistently updates its inventory so you can find the diamond you want, provides a convenient and easy purchasing process so you can receive your diamond right away, and offers hassle-free returns so you can feel confident in your decision.

  • Transparent

    You can make the most informed buying decisions when you shop with us because we’re always upfront and honest about our prices and business practices. And at White Pine, there are no hidden fees. What you see is what you pay.

 

The GIA's 4 C's of Diamond Grading

When considering the price for a GIA certified diamond, it’s important to acknowledge the 4 C's of diamond grading – Cut, Clarity, Color, and Carat weight. These four characteristics are used by the GIA to determine the overall quality and value of a diamond.

  • 1. Cut

    The diamond cut refers to the way it’s been shaped and polished, and can impact its overall sparkle and appearance.

  • 2. Color

    The diamond color is rated on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown), with the more colorless or close to a D color, the more valuable and higher cost the diamond will be.

  • 3. Clarity

    The diamond clarity refers to the presence of inclusions (internal flaws) or blemishes (external flaws). A diamond with fewer inclusions and blemishes will be more valuable and more expensive.

  • 4. Carat

    The diamond carat size refers to its weight, and diamonds with a higher carat weight will generally be more valuable.

A GIA certified diamond will have been graded according to these 4 C's and the certificate will indicate the grade for each of the 4 C's. White Pine will always provide the original GIA certification with the diamond that you purchase.

 

GIA Certified Diamonds vs Other Diamond Grading Systems

When it comes to buying a diamond, it's important to understand the different grading systems available and what they mean for the quality of the diamond you're considering. Here are some other well-known diamond grading systems and how they stack up in comparison to the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) system.

  • GIA vs IGI

    The GIA is widely considered to be the most reputable and trusted diamond grading organization in the world. The International Gemological Institute (IGI) is also a well-known diamond grading organization, but it’s not held in as high regard as the GIA.

    While both organizations grade diamonds based on the 4 C's (carat weight, color, clarity, and cut), the GIA diamond grading report is known for its strict grading standards and rigorous testing procedures, while the IGI has a reputation for being more lenient in its grading. This means that when you compare the price of diamond with the same characteristics according to the certificates, the GIA stone will cost more because it's very likely to be of a better grade.

  • GIA vs AGS

    The American Gem Society (AGS) is another well-known diamond grading organization, but it’s not as widely recognized or respected as the GIA. The AGS also grades diamonds based on the 4 C's, but it places a greater emphasis on cut quality. The GIA is considered to be more comprehensive and balanced in its grading.

  • GIA vs EGL

    The European Gemological Laboratory (EGL) is a diamond grading organization that’s not as well-known or respected as the GIA. The EGL has been criticized for its loose grading standards and for over-grading diamonds. Many experts believe that EGL certificates don’t represent the actual grade of the diamonds. Only the GIA represents the authority in the industry.

    When buying diamonds, it's best to stick with a GIA-certified diamonds to ensure that you' get what you’re paying for and have a diamond that is resellable.

 

Our GIA Certified Diamonds Terms & Return Policy

At White Pine, we offer 7-day memos for our GIA certified diamonds. After the 7 days, the diamond must be purchased or returned. We do not offer long-term memos for certified diamonds.

You can view our current selection of GIA certified diamonds on Rapnet, with pricing included. We do not negotiate or take offers for our diamonds.

To receive the cash on delivery price (3% discount), payment of the diamond must be received within 7 days of memo date. After 7 days, purchased diamonds are invoiced on 30-day terms.

An original GIA Certificate is released when the diamond has been purchased and the diamond has been invoiced.

 

Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about our GIA certified diamonds, please don't hesitate to reach out to us by email or phone.

Phone: 646-569-3680