Things to consider when you buy loose diamonds
Do not underestimate the preparation you need to undertake before purchasing any loose diamonds. You need to gain an understanding of diamond pricing to be able to justify the price you are offered for any particular diamond you have your eyes set on. Only if you know what the diamond you are looking for is actually worth, will you be able to make a safe and sensible purchase. Some dealers might sell low quality diamonds at high prices and if you are not aware of the indications that could warn you, you will be overpaying. That is why we urge you to only buy loose diamonds from recognized diamond dealers with outstanding reputations.
These are some indications of reliable diamond dealers
- Affiliated with international institutions
- Listed amongst well-known boards
- Member of recognized diamond dealers club
- Only deals in certified diamonds, graded by external party such as AGS or GIA
- Transparent work method
- You are allowed to reconsider your choice at any point in the purchasing process
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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.