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How to bargain for the right loose diamond prices

The best way to buy loose diamonds is through wholesale dealers. They will be able to provide you with a large variety of diamonds that will meet your needs. Essential to buying a loose diamond at the right price, is to bargain effectively. Platforms such as The Diamond Registry will provide you with the opportunity to interact with many diamond wholesale dealers. This will allow you to bargain for a specific diamond, and to settle on a price that meets your budget. The price of a diamond is determined by the varying quality of a number of factors. It is advised that you understand that process as it will be of great benefit to you if you know how to determine the price of a diamond.

Tips for bargaining loose diamond prices

Bargaining is an art, for which you need skills that develop through experience. Before you start bargaining for the price of loose diamonds, you should have an idea on the approximate value of the diamonds. If you are dealing with GIA or AGS certified diamonds, the certificate will provide you with the details required to ascertain the approximate loose diamonds prices. Start at a lower price than what you are ready to pay and slowly build up to give you a better advantage for the bargaining process. Be smart and show the other person that you know the actual prices for loose diamonds. The more expertise you have gained through research, the more leverage you will have in the process. You can begin researching the diamond pricing method, and have a look at the Diamond Price List overview, following the links below.

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Learn more about the Diamond's Clarity, understand how the clarity affects the Diamond Prices.
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Learn more about the Diamond's Carat (weight), 2 Carat diamond, 3 Carat diamond or 4 carat diamond prices are depending many variables.

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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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