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 Post subject: Organizations Release Diamond Terminology Guidelines
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Diamond and Jewelry Organizations Release Diamond Terminology Guidelines
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(PRESS RELEASE) MILAN, ITALY - Nine of the leading diamond and jewelry industry organizations (AWDC, CIBJO, DPA, GJEPC, IDI, IDMA, USJC, WDC and WFDB) have released a jointly developed Diamond Terminology Guideline to encourage full, fair and effective use of a clear and accessible terminology for diamonds and synthetics diamonds by all sector bodies, organizations, traders and retailers.

While not legally binding, the Diamond Terminology Guideline is designed to serve as the reference document when referring to or describing diamonds, synthetic diamonds and imitations of diamonds. It is built on two internationally accepted standards: the ISO 18323 Standard ("Jewellery - Consumer confidence in the diamond industry") and the CIBJO Diamond Blue Book.

"Protecting consumer confidence is of paramount importance to the long-term success of our industry," said CIBJO President Gaetano Cavalieri. "The Diamond Terminology Guideline is an important tool in achieving this, by helping standardize the terminology used to clearly distinguish between diamonds and synthetic diamonds, in all communications, among ourselves and with our customers."

"The Diamond Terminology Guideline is an important complement to the CIBJO Blue Book, with which it is fully consistent. It provides for easy and simple reference and will be distributed broadly within the industry. The accessible language, the succinct format and the broad support from leading industry organisations is intended to stimulate widespread implementation within trade and at the retail level," Cavalieri said.

To download the Diamond Terminology Guideline in PDF format, CLICK HERE.


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