Visit GIA at JCK Las Vegas to discover how we’re unfolding a digital future.
In a show-stopping move, we are evolving our industry-leading resources by taking all GIA reports digital by 2025. This launch will be accompanied by enhanced security for your diamonds’ identity. Using the reimagined GIA App and the new GIA Match iD™, you can easily verify that your diamond comes with an authentic GIA report. See live demonstrations at our booth and also learn about the new GIA® Source Verification Service and the GIA Alumni Collective™. Stop by booth #15031 to see the future unfold.
GIA Match iD™
The GIA Match iD is an inscription viewing instrument that, when paired with the GIA App, can match a diamond to its GIA digital grading report using Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.
Available Late 2022.Learn More
June 9 - 12Show Service Laboratory
GIA will offer quick, convenient gem identification and origin identification services for colored stones during the JCK show.
June 9-12, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Submit and Pick Up
June 13, 9:00am-12:00pm
Pick Up Only
Bassano 2805-2806, Level 2
GIA COLORED STONE IDENTIFICATION REPORTS
Available for all colored gemstones. Excludes diamonds and pearls.
GIA COLORED STONE IDENTIFICATION AND ORIGIN REPORTS
Available for ruby, sapphire, emerald, alexandrite, Paraíba tourmaline and red spinel only.
Temporary reports will be printed on site.
Final reports will be mailed after the show.
Report services for diamonds and pearls will not be available on-site.
GIA Participates in JCK Talks
Tune in to a series of live talks by GIA experts.
Thursday, June 9
- Colored Gem Treatments
9 AM – JCK Talks room (lower level)
- Diamond Color Treatments
4 PM – JCK Talks room (lower level)
Friday, June 10
- Unfolding the Digital Future of GIA Reports
12 pm – Showcase Stage
Saturday, June 11
- Origin Determination – Colored Stones and Diamonds
3 PM – Showcase Stage
GIA Origin Services
Know your diamond’s origin with the GIA Diamond Origin Program and GIA® Source Verification Service. Both offer peace-of-mind and confidence during the purchase process.
GIA Diamond Origin Program
This program uses scientific matching to link polished diamonds to diamond crystals of known origin, so that you know exactly where your diamond came from. When a diamond crystal of known origin is sent to GIA, GIA scientists document its characteristics. After the crystal is cut, our experts examine each polished diamond to determine if it matches the original crystal. If it does, the scientist then records the polished diamond’s country of origin.Learn More
GIA® Source Verification Service
This service will provide source information on where natural diamonds were mined and laboratory-grown diamonds were produced. It accomplishes this by leveraging existing processes based on third-party verified documents, including Kimberley Process certificates. This optional service will be offered at no additional cost.Learn More
GIA Laboratory-Grown Diamond Report
This fully digital report offers 4Cs quality information on laboratory-grown diamonds, including detailed color and clarity specifications. It also states diamond growth method (HPHT or CVD) and potential post-growth treatments, such as color enhancement. The LGDR by GIA is now also offered in a new Dossier format.Learn More
Our courses translate our world-class research into practical, hands-on skills that help launch our students into brilliant careers and become the next generation of industry leaders.
On Campus Study
Immerse yourself in the world of gems and jewelry by attending a full-time credential program at one of our seven global campuses, including Carlsbad, California and New York City. You’ll learn hands-on using professional-grade equipment and software while being guided by experienced industry professionals.
Earn a gemology credential via GIA Distance Education by completing a combination of eLearning courses, where you can complete each class at your own pace, and on-campus lab classes, where you will practice skills hands-on guided by instructors.
& Continuing Education
With over 150,000 members across more than 45 chapters worldwide, the GIA Alumni Collective™ is a global network that offers professional development, continuing education and networking opportunities to professionals throughout the industry. Our alumni engage with one another through chapter meetups, industry events and the GIA Alumni Association Online Directory.
Offered by the GIA Alumni Collective™ but open to the public, Continuing Education seminars deliver up-to-date knowledge on pressing topics within our industry. Developed by GIA experts specifically for gem and jewelry professionals, they can help polish up your skills and take your career to the next level.
Retailer Support Program
Make your business shine brighter with our vast selection of point-of-sale tools. These materials can sharpen your display case and educate clients about gems and the value of GIA grading reports.
Educate customers about the 4Cs, colored stones, and the value of GIA grading reports.
Enhance your clients’ online shopping experience with GIA content.
Attract new customers.
Combine your brand with our expertise.
Fast, accurate, affordable, the GIA iD100® distinguishes natural diamonds from laboratory-grown diamonds and diamond simulants in under 2 seconds with 100% accuracy for the best price in its class.
TESTS FANCY COLOR DIAMONDS
Can test colorless to near-colorless, blue-to-green and brown diamonds, plus pink diamonds if a software upgrade is added.
TEST MOUNTED JEWELRY
Has a probe that can reach every diamond in mounted jewelry. Can test diamonds as small as 0.9mm in diameter.
MOST ACCURATE. MOST ADVANCED.
Uses fluorescence spectroscopy - one of the most accurate and advanced technologies available to determine if a stone is natural.
QUICK RESULTS – NO INTERPRETATION NEEDED
Get a simple "Pass" for natural diamonds and "Refer" for stones that need further testing.
Our mission of ensuring the public trust in gems has driven us for nearly a century.
An independent nonprofit, we have proudly protected millions of consumers and educated each “next generation” since 1931.
Now more than ever, we are committed to serving the public through the relentless pursuit of research, education, and laboratory innovation. And as we look to the future, we stand ready to advance our industry towards a more sustainable tomorrow by protecting the very earth and communities that produce the treasures we love.
Together, we can make a lasting impact.