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Upcoming Event March 31 2018 10:00 am - 5:00 pm LAGOS Spring 2018 Wanderlust Event View Details
March 31 2018 10:00 am - 5:00 pm LAGOS Spring 2018 Wanderlust Event

Steven Lagos is forever in search of the perfect gemstones. Since his career began, he’s traveled the world to find the most beautiful and rare jewels for his designs In the Wanderlust event, we highlight this one-of-a-kind collection which can almost be seen as a map of Steven’s journeys—it features deep violet iolite from India, rhodolite from Brazil, Burma and Africa, and the ever-rare Tsavorite, which can only be found in Tsavo National Park in Tanzania Each jewel has been hand-selected and thoughtfully paired to create necklaces, earrings and rings rife with exotic color combinations and unparalleled beauty These pieces, which can only be found at our Wanderlust events, are as exclusive as they come— there’s only one of each in the entire world. Just like any good journey, this capsule is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity not to be missed Mixing new collections and unique trunk pieces, customers can choose their favorite style and curate a stack that is all their own- MY LAGOS MY WAY. 

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The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) is considered the world’s foremost authority in gemology, diamond grading, jewelry education, gemology research, diamond and gemstone grading reports, as well as laboratory services. Kimball’s receives its education and training through the GIA. The GIA exists to protect all purchasers of gemstones by providing education, laboratory services, research, and instrumentation needed to accurately and objectively determine the quality of an individual diamond and gemstone.

A nonprofit institute, the GIA aims to ensure the public trust in jewelers by upholding the highest standards of integrity, academics, science, and professionalism. The institute does so through research, gem identification and diamond grading services and a variety of educational programs. Through its world-renowned library and subject experts, the GIA acts as a resource of gem and jewelry information for the trade, the public and worldwide media outlets.

In the 1940s and 1950s, the GIA developed its International Diamond Grading System and the Four Cs (cut, clarity, color, and carat weight) as a standard to compare and evaluate the quality of diamonds. The GIA was founded by the American Gem Society (AGS) to educate AGS jewelers and later expanded to educate the jewelry industry.

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