What to look for when buying Certified diamond jewelry
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What to look for when buying Certified diamond jewelry

Whenever you buy diamond jewelry, we advise you to go for certified diamond jewelry, as you will be assured of the quality of the jewelry that you are buying. In any diamond jewelry, the most important aspect is the diamond and to ensure that you are paying the right price for the diamond, you have to be sure of the quality of the diamond. All diamonds can be certified irrespective of their size. Many jewelers would tell you that very low carat diamonds are not certified as the certification costs will add to the cost of the diamond. Do not fall for such talk, as you may end up with a substandard and low quality small carat diamonds.

All certified diamonds by the IGI or the GIA will have complete details about the diamond including its cut, clarity, carat and color. The certification process is the same for smaller cart diamonds and larger carat diamonds. Diamonds are graded based on the 4Cs and therefore it is important to know these details about the diamond you are going to purchase. The appearance and value of the diamonds are greatly affected by these 4 factors no matter which carat diamonds you buy. All precious metals that are used in diamond jewelry are also to be checked and it is ideal to buy jewelry that is hallmarked.

Where to buy certified diamond jewelry

Many jewelry stores sell only certified diamond jewelry and such stores are considered the best option you have. You can also buy certified diamond jewelry online from any of the online jewelry stores. However, always check for the return policy of such websites, to ensure a safe purchase. Reputed online jewelry stores will always have quality products, and it is always a good option to look at such stores.

Get your FREE QUOTE: Best Diamond Price

Check the education section for a detailed explanation of the 4 C's.

Learn more about the Diamond's Clarity, understand how the clarity affects the Diamond Prices.
Learn more about the Diamond's Color, understand how different colors can affect the Diamond Prices
Learn more about the Diamond's Cut, understand how the cut tremendously affects the Diamond Prices
Learn more about the Diamond's Carat (weight), 2 Carat diamond, 3 Carat diamond or 4 carat diamond prices are depending many variables.

Check the loose Diamond Prices

Diamond Registry provides you with a diamond price list which shows an average of the current market pricing trends for wholesale certified loose diamonds.
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