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AGLL (ALL GEM LAB LONDON), a British INDO owned company, is providing accurate Gem & Diamond Identification Reports.Initially our main focus was helping Miners and Investors in the Gem mining Industry with Advanced Analytical & Geological Reports. We also had conducted geological surveys on behalf of our clients in several countries. We also have a research wing, where our team works hard to identify the different types of new controversial treatments surfacing every now & then. Such information we share with our valued customers. The Online industry was growing fast and the buyers required genuine Gem reports at an affordable price, this is when we started proving our gem identification reports for a nominal fee. Last couple of years there had been a lot of issues in the online industry where dishonest sellers did not provide honest disclosure of their products. Treatments, Color & Clarity enhancements are the main area where most of the issues arise. We believe it is every seller's responsibility to give a complete disclosure of information about the product before the sales happen.


AGLL (ALL GEM LAB LONDON) is now offering Gem stone identification and grading services in India. AGLL laboratory brings industry-leading GEM identification and grading services to India,one of the world’s largest markets for gems and jewelry. The new lab collection centres will accept GEM stones for identification reports directly from clients beginning today, Dec. 3, 2017 The AGLL laboratory in India will initially offer Gem (Colored Stones)identification at this time. AGLL plans to expand the menu of services INCLUDING PEARL identification offered by its India facility in the coming months. AGLL GEM identification & grading standards and research-backed lab services to such an important market will serve the public ,gem trades interest by supporting the Indian gem and jewelry industry. All gemstones submitted to AGLL LAB will be ensuring the equal, unbiased and neutral examination based on the rigorous and consistent standards that characterize all of AGLL gem identification and grading services.

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Gemstones are actually minerals which are in form of crystals. They are attractive to the eyes and its most popularly used in ornaments and accessories. Not every gemstone is similar. Some gemstones are hard while some gemstones are soft. Some gemsrones have luster and some gemstones dont shine. Each gemstone has its own unique quality and feature.The gemstones are classified into precious stones and semi precious stone. Diamond, Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire are considered to be precious stones and the rest are called semi precious stones.

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A Gemstone is a precious or semi precious stone with high degree of beauty, rarity, durability and desirability that can be cut and polished for making jewels.

Gemstones are weighted in Carats and Ounces. Carats are unit of weight that equals to 0.2 grams. 142 Carats are equal to one Ounce.

To buy gemstones, there are some steps to evaluate its quality,

  • Gem Color
  • Cut & Beauty
  • Gem Clarity
  • Rarity & Carat Weight
  • Inclusion & Value
  • The quality of pearl is determined based upon the type of pearl. The freshwater pearl includes shape, size, color, luster and surface quality.

    Gemstones are characterized in terms of refractive index, dispersion, specific gravity, hardness, cleavage, fracture and luster. It also exhibit pleochroism or double refraction,

  • Gem Color
  • Cut & Beauty
  • Gem Clarity
  • Rarity & Carat Weight
  • Inclusion & Value
  • A Birthstone is a precious or semiprecious stone used by a person based upon the particular month or sign of zodiac, he born.

    Gemstones are classified into two categories, Precious and Semi-Precious, on the basis of their characteristics. Precious Stones. Gemstones which are highly valuable for their hardness and rarity, are known as Precious Stones. Precious Stones are generally expensive in comparison of Semi-Precious Stones.Precious stones include Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubies, and Sapphires. Semi-Precious Stones. Gemstones those are valued for their beauty and not covered under any one of the four ‘Precious Stones’, are known as Semi-Precious Stones. Semi-Precious Stones are available in all price ranges from low priced to high priced. Semi-Precious stones are Alexandrite, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Citrine, Garnet, Iolite, Onyx, Opal, Pearl, Peridot, Tanzanite, Topaz, Tourmaline etc.

    No the gem has to be Jyotish quality to give results. It can be any shape, the results will not vary if it is Jyotish Quality. Go for a shape and cut which appeals to you most.

    The most famous cuprian (copper-bearing) gemstone is Paraiba tourmaline. There are a number of other gemstones that contain copper, including malachite, azurite, turquoise, chrysocolla, Larimar and oregon sunstone. It would be misleading to think that a gemstone is valuable simply because it is copper-bearing, but many valuable gems do get their distinctive color from traces of copper. For more information see our article on copper-bearing gemstones.

    There are several different reasons why the various gemstone varieties absorb light differently. Some gemstones are said to be idiochromatic or "self-colored", meaning that they absorb certain wavelengths of light due to characteristics of their chemical structure. Peridot, which contains iron, is an example of an idiochromatic gemstone. However, idiochromatic gemstones are rare. Most gemstones are allochromatic, meaning that they are colored by impurities or trace elements in their crystal structure. For example, pure corundum is colorless. But corundum is typically red when traces of chromium are present; and blue when there are traces of titanium. We call the former ruby, and the latter sapphire.