Did you know that the inventories of most online diamond businesses are actually generated by compiling a range of different databases together? Through a programmed user interface, the available stock from suppliers around the world can now be browsed by a shopper. In most cases, this resulting database is searchable using ordinary terms and filters like carat, cut, color and etc.

That’s not in the case of Brian Gavin diamonds, though. They use nifty terms like “Brian Gavin Signature“, “Brian Gavin Blue” and “Brian Gavin Select” to brand their in-house inventory. Don’t be confused by these seemingly un-ordinary names. These are diamonds that meet a set of stringent criteria established by Brian Gavin and are classified as their special collections.

Now, This is Where Brian Gavin Diamonds Stands Out Shining…

The “Brian Gavin Signature” series showcases some of the best performing diamonds you can ever find in terms of optics. Currently, their signature line consists of the following: Round Hearts & Arrows, Blue (diamonds with fluorescence), Princess Cuts and Cushion Cuts. The point here is that they don’t make any empty claims but substantiate their signature diamonds with in-depth technical data for shoppers.

   
  

Let’s Dive Into An Example Of What You Would Expect to See…

brian gavin's signature hearts and arrows

You can click here to view this diamond with the virtual loupe technology at BGD…

On each listing page, BrianGavinDiamonds.com provides a convenient layout of images and other relevant data which are easily accessible with a few mouse clicks. Besides that, they also provide a 20X virtual loupe which enables you to examine the diamond in greater detail.

Note: the standard image provided is approximately taken at 10X magnification.

 
  • Did you know that each signature diamond is also checked for eye cleanliness prior to being listed? To get better value for your money, you might want to consider buying eye-clean diamonds in the SI clarity ranges.

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    The Use Of Tools to Gauge Optical Performance

    For technically savvy shoppers, it would please you to know there are various tools available help you evaluate their diamonds. As seen in the images below, the Idealscope/ASET images can help you analyze the diamond’s light performance.

    In this example, the spectrum of colors indicates excellent light return and minimal light leakage in the diamond. On the far right, a well-balanced hearts patterning imagery indicates the precise craftsmanship used to attain perfect optical symmetry.

    super ideal cut diamonds with light performance data

    From left to right: ASET image, Idealscope image, symmetrical hearts image

    As I dug deeper into their inventory, I was pleased to find a high level of consistency in their signature diamonds. Each signature diamond also meets the highest standards of AGS’s light performance cut grading of triple ideal 0s.

    customized ags report for top of the line diamonds

    Extracted details of AGS lab report for light performance

    You can click here to browse through more diamonds and critically examine details for yourself.

    More Insights On Brian Gavin’s Signature Lineup

    I had previously blogged about Brian Gavin’s signature diamonds in our weekly recommendation posts. If you are interested to read up a little more, you might want to check out the following blog posts below…

     

     

    Next, fluorescence lovers rejoice as we take a look at Brian Gavin’s Blue selection. Continue reading as we explore the mesmerizing effects of blue fluorescence and ideal cut round brilliants…

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    2 Comments

    1. Celeste-
      December 26, 2015 at 4:01 pm

      Brian Gavin diamonds don’t have GIA cert.
      Theirs is certified by AGS.But you recommend their diamonds,y?
      But I have to agree that their diamonds is so beautiful and is more ex.

    2. Paul Gian-
      December 27, 2015 at 1:57 pm

      AGS is just as reliable as GIA. These 2 labs are well known for their accuracy and consistency in the grading standards. As a matter of fact, AGS is more strict than GIA in terms of categorizing cut.

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