A 3 carat diamond is an excellent choice for a ring
If you want a diamond ring more special than what most people have, a 3 carat diamond is an excellent choice.
Carat is one of the 4Cs that affects the price of a diamond. Many people think carat is a unit of size, but it is in fact a unit of weight. The word carat comes from the Carob seed, which was used centuries ago to determine the weight of precious stones as the seeds have a uniform weight. When diamonds are weighed, they are given a carat weight commonly rounded off to the second decimal place. One full carat weighs 200 milligrams, or 0.007 ounces.
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How much does it cost?
Diamond Pricing: Starting at 3 carats, diamonds become increasingly rare to find.
That is why just one 3 carat diamond will be worth much more than three 1 carat diamonds. In fact, carat weight does not affect value or size proportionately. A 1 carat Round Brilliant Cut has a diameter of 6.5 mm, whereas a 3 carat Round Brilliant Cut is 9.3 mm. As for the price per carat, a 3 carat diamond weighing 600 milligrams ranges between $6,050 and $ 84,810 per carat.
What are the wholesale prices of a 3 carat?
If you are interested in buying a diamond that is more special than the diamonds most other people buy, then you’re in the right place.
To calculate the average final wholesale price of a 3 carat diamond, multiply the price per carat of the diamond you want by 3.
The average wholesale price of a 3 carat Certified GIA Diamond would range between $ 18,150 and $ 254,430.
All prices are in US$ per Carat.
What to do next
To get today’s wholesale price for the 3 carat diamond you want, fill out the form to let us know what you are looking for and to receive a free quote.
Our team will then search the world’s largest inventory of wholesale diamonds to find the best deal for the stone you want. Your diamond expert will contact you to discuss further details about the process and give you advice.