Sarin Technologies and the American Gem Society have signed an agreement that will allow their mutual customers to apply AGS cut grading standards with their Sarin products.
The three-year exclusive agreement allows Sarin, Tel Aviv, Israel, to embed the new AGS standards for round brilliant and princess cut diamonds in its products for planning rough diamonds and re-cutting polished diamonds.
In addition, AGS and Sarin said they will soon announce an agreement granting Sarin distribution rights to the AGS Performance Grading Software used to grade polished stones, according to the new AGS cut grading system.Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
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