The Diamond Price List: The Wholesale Diamond Prices Revealed

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Diamonds Price Chart

1 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 26.950 19.800 17.050 13.200 10.450 8.030 6.710
E 18.150 16.940 14.080 11.550 9.350 7.480 6.380
F 15.840 14.410 12.760 10.450 8.800 7.150 6.050
G 12.100 11.440 10.450 9.020 8.030 6.710 5.830
H 10.120 9.570 8.800 7.700 6.930 6.380 5.610
I 8.580 7.920 7.260 6.490 6.050 5.720 5.060
J 7.040 6.600 6.160 5.830 5.280 5.060 4.730
K 6.380 5.940 5.940 5.280 5.280 4.400 3.960

2 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 48.400 39.050 35.200 27.390 20.240 14.850 11.880
E 36.300 34.100 28.820 23.430 18.260 14.190 11.550
F 31.680 28.600 25.740 20.680 17.490 13.420 10.780
G 23.430 21.560 19.690 16.720 15.290 12.540 10.340
H 19.030 17.600 13.390 13.970 12.980 11.220 9.680
I 14.960 14.520 13.640 11.550 10.670 9.680 8.800
J 11.990 11.440 11.000 9.460 8.800 8.030 7.480
K 10.780 10.450 9.680 8.580 8.030 7.260 6.710

3 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 84.810 61.270 54.780 42.460 32.890 20.790 14.740
E 60.060 54.780 45.870 36.520 29.480 19.580 13.970
F 51.810 47.740 40.040 33.000 26.620 17.930 13.310
G 39.270 35.200 32.340 28.270 23.100 16.170 12.650
H 29.480 28.270 25.410 22.440 19.030 13.860 12.100
I 21.340 20.130 19.030 17.270 14.960 12.100 10.450
J 16.940 16.610 15.730 14.190 12.760 10.340 9.240
K 15.180 14.520 13.970 12.650 11.440 8.910 7.700

4 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 105.270 81.950 74.910 60.390 47.410 28.930 20.130
E 81.840 74.580 64.460 54.010 44.770 27.720 19.580
F 73.810 64.350 57.200 49.170 40.370 26.070 19.140
G 55.660 50.050 45.540 42.790 34.980 22.770 17.600
H 42.350 39.820 36.410 33.880 28.380 20.350 16.280
I 30.470 28.820 27.060 24.970 21.780 16.940 14.410
J 24.640 23.320 22.110 20.350 18.040 14.850 12.540
K 20.900 19.580 18.370 17.050 15.180 12.100 10.670

5 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 147.400 109.450 98.560 82.940 63.030 38.280 25.190
E 108.350 97.570 85.910 74.360 59.400 35.420 24.420
F 95.150 85.690 78.540 68.530 50.490 32.340 23.430
G 71.390 64.240 58.740 52.800 43.890 29.040 22.110
H 56.100 50.930 46.640 41.580 34.760 25.190 19.910
I 40.920 38.500 36.960 32.340 29.040 21.340 17.270
J 30.910 29.260 27.390 25.410 24.200 19.030 15.290
K 24.090 22.440 21.120 19.470 18.370 14.960 12.650

6 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 159.192 118.206 106.444 89.575 68.072 41.342 27.205
E 117.018 105.375 92.782 80.308 64.152 38.253 26.373
F 102.762 92.545 84.823 74.012 54.529 34.927 25.304
G 77.101 69.379 63.439 57.024 47.401 31.363 23.878
H 60.588 55.004 50.371 44.906 37.540 27.205 21.502
I 44.192 41.580 39.916 34.927 31.363 23.047 18.651
J 33.382 31.600 29.581 27.442 26.136 20.552 16.513
K 26.017 24.235 22.809 21.027 19.839 16.156 13.662

7 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 171.927 127.662 114.959 96.741 73.517 44.649 29.381
E 126.379 113.805 100.204 86.732 69.284 41.313 28.482
F 110.982 99.948 91.608 79.932 58.891 37.721 27.328
G 83.269 74.929 68.514 61.585 51.193 33.872 25.788
H 65.435 59.404 54.400 48.498 40.543 29.381 23.222
I 47.728 44.906 43.109 37.721 33.872 24.890 20.143
J 36.052 34.128 31.947 29.637 28.226 22.196 17.834
K 28.152 26.173 24.633 22.709 21.426 17.448

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8 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 185.681 137.874 124.155 104.480 79.398 48.220 31.731
E 136.489 122.909 108.220 93.670 74.826 44.618 30.760
F 119.860 107.943 98.936 86.326 63.602 40.738 29.514
G 89.930 80.923 73.995 66.511 55.288 36.581 27.851
H 70.669 64.156 58.752 52.377 43.786 31.731 25.079
I 51.546 48.498 46.557 40.738 36.581 26.881 21.754
J 38.936 36.858 34.502 32.007 30.484 23.971 19.260
K 30.404 28.266 26.603 24.525 23.140 18.843 15.934

9 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 200.535 148.903 134.087 112.838 85.749 52.077 34.269
E 147.408 132.741 116.877 101.163 80.812 48.187 33.220
F 129.448 116.578 106.850 93.232 68.690 43.997 31.875
G 97.124 87.396 79.914 71.831 59.711 42.667 30.079
H 76.322 69.288 63.452 56.567 47.288 34.269 27.085
I 55.669 52.377 50.281 43.997 39.507 29.031 23.494
J 42.050 39.806 37.262 34.567 32.922 25.888 20.800
K 32.836 30.527 28.731 26.487 24.991 20.350 17.208

10 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 224.510 161.810 145.640 123.750 97.570 61.270 40.260
E 160.600 144.430 129.690 110.550 89.210 56.760 39.050
F 136.840 123.090 110.550 97.570 77.330 52.580 37.400
G 110.550 101.090 91.520 83.270 69.740 47.520 35.310
H 89.210 80.850 73.700 65.450 55.880 40.370 31.680
I 64.130 60.610 56.980 49.940 45.100 34.650 27.720
J 47.960 45.760 43.450 41.490 38.060 29.810 23.870
K 36.190 33.770 32.450 30.910 28.490 23.320 19.690

1 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 14.410 9.680 8.690 8.250 7.590 6.710 5.610
E 9.680 8.690 8.360 8.030 7.370 6.380 5.390
F 8.690 8.360 8.140 7.700 6.930 6.160 5.280
G 8.360 8.140 7.810 7.260 6.600 5.720 4.950
H 6.930 6.490 6.160 5.830 5.280 4.840 4.290
I 5.940 5.720 5.500 5.280 4.840 4.400 3.850
J 5.060 4.840 4.620 4.400 4.180 3.850 3.410
K 4.180 4.070 3.960 3.850 3.630 3.410 3.080

2 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 27.390 19.910 18.370 16.720 15.620 12.650 9.240
E 19.910 18.370 16.720 15.620 14.080 12.100 9.020
F 18.370 16.720 15.620 14.080 12.980 11.550 8.800
G 16.280 15.180 14.080 12.980 12.430 10.450 8.470
H 13.090 11.990 10.890 10.340 9.790 8.800 7.260
I 10.340 9.790 9.240 8.690 8.140 7.700 6.600
J 7.920 7.590 7.260 6.930 6.490 6.160 5.500
K 6.710 6.380 6.160 5.830 5.720 5.500 5.060

3 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 49.500 40.040 35.200 28.930 24.750 17.710 11.770
E 38.720 35.530 32.670 27.170 23.100 17.050 11.220
F 33.660 31.680 28.930 24.860 21.010 15.730 10.780
G 29.810 27.720 25.960 21.230 18.590 13.750 10.560
H 24.640 23.210 20.680 17.820 15.290 11.550 9.680
I 18.700 17.490 16.280 14.850 12.210 10.120 8.360
J 13.420 12.650 11.880 11.110 10.010 8.140 7.040
K 10.560 10.120 9.680 9.350 8.360 6.930 6.050

4 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 67.760 54.780 49.170 43.560 37.840 22.880 15.290
E 53.240 49.280 45.980 39.930 35.090 22.000 14.630
F 48.070 45.980 41.800 36.080 30.690 20.350 14.190
G 40.700 36.960 32.780 31.350 26.180 18.480 13.860
H 33.220 30.910 27.830 25.850 21.780 16.170 12.210
I 24.420 23.210 21.340 19.910 18.590 14.080 10.780
J 17.710 16.940 15.950 15.070 14.300 11.440 9.350
K 13.970 13.200 12.320 11.880 11.110 8.910 7.920

5 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 99.880 76.120 69.960 62.590 51.370 30.910 19.470
E 74.800 69.740 64.240 57.860 47.960 29.920 18.920
F 63.690 59.510 55.880 50.490 41.030 27.170 17.930
G 52.140 47.630 44.330 39.270 33.220 23.650 17.050
H 44.440 41.030 36.740 33.220 28.600 20.570 14.740
I 30.690 28.490 26.620 23.650 21.670 16.170 12.430
J 22.330 21.120 20.020 18.040 16.720 13.420 11.220
K 17.710 16.940 15.950 14.410 13.860 11.000 9.350

6 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 109.868 83.732 76.956 67.597 55.479 34.001 21.417
E 82.280 76.714 69.379 62.488 51.796 32.313 20.812
F 70.059 65.461 60.350 54.529 44.312 29.343 19.723
G 57.354 52.393 47.876 42.411 36.542 25.542 18.755
H 48.884 44.312 39.679 35.877 30.888 22.215 16.214
I 33.145 30.769 28.749 25.542 23.837 17.787 13.673
J 24.563 22.809 21.621 19.483 18.392 14.762 12.342
K 19.481 18.295 17.226 15.562 15.246 12.100 10.285

7 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 120.854 92.105 84.651 73.004 59.917 37.401 23.558
E 90.508 84.385 74.929 67.487 55.940 34.898 22.893
F 77.064 72.007 65.178 58.891 47.857 31.691 21.695
G 63.089 57.632 51.706 45.804 40.196 27.585 20.630
H 35.796 47.857 42.853 38.747 33.359 23.992 17.835
I 35.796 33.230 31.049 27.585 26.220 19.565 15.040
J 27.019 24.634 23.351 21.041 20.231 16.238 13.576
K 21.429 19.758 18.604 16.807 16.770 13.310 11.313

8 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 132.940 101.315 92.116 78.845 64.711 41.141 25.914
E 99.558 92.823 80.923 72.886 60.415 37.690 25.182
F 84.771 79.207 70.392 63.602 51.685 34.226 23.864
G 69.398 63.395 55.843 49.468 44.215 29.792 22.693
H 38.660 51.685 46.281 41.847 36.027 25.912 19.618
I 38.660 35.889 33.533 29.792 28.842 21.522 16.544
J 29.720 26.605 25.219 22.724 22.254 17.862 14.933
K 23.572 21.338 20.092 18.152 18.447 14.641 12.444

9 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 146.234 111.447 102.428 85.153 69.888 45.255 28.506
E 109.514 102.106 87.397 78.717 65.249 40.705 27.700
F 93.248 87.128 76.023 68.690 55.820 36.964 26.251
G 76.338 69.735 60.310 53.426 48.637 32.175 24.962
H 41.753 55.820 49.984 45.195 38.909 27.984 21.580
I 41.753 38.760 36.216 32.175 31.727 23.674 18.198
J 32.692 28.733 27.236 24.542 24.479 19.648 16.427
K 25.929 23.045 21.699 19.604 20.292 16.105 13.689

10 carat diamond

i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 164.230 130.900 117.810 101.090 80.960 51.700 34.320
E 131.450 117.700 104.720 94.270 77.000 48.070 33.110
F 105.270 95.150 89.320 77.440 65.450 44.200 31.570
G 84.040 77.440 71.390 65.450 57.200 39.710 29.920
H 69.080 62.370 57.750 53.020 44.880 33.550 26.620
I 51.700 47.630 45.210 41.690 38.280 28.930 23.100
J 39.820 37.840 35.420 33.770 30.910 23.980 19.690
K 31.350 29.480 27.500 26.620 23.760 19.800 16.720

To get the answer on the question, ‘How to calculate diamond prices?’ from our diamond experts, check the Diamond Price Chart. This table provides information on diamond prices for loose wholesale diamonds. You can consider this as a proper start in getting acquainted with the industry rules.

Just select the desired color and clarity of a diamond in an engagement ring that is on your mind. The chart will show you the wholesale diamond prices. Here you’ll see the example of diamond price chart for 3 carat diamonds.

Today everything changes.

Now you can read all the necessary information and reach experts online, which neglects the uncertainty risks completely. And these days, the basic principle of buying a great diamond became simple: to know your own mind and to make certain you’ll get what you asked.

But even if you’re clear with your desires and found a reliable diamond partner, the price may still remain an open question. So, here the question of how to get the best diamond possible and read the price list correctly.

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How to calculate the diamond price per carat

As you may see, getting a diamond price list no longer requires any superpowers or detective skills. The ability to read the diamond prices from the chart correctly is what customers ask today.

So, to know the fundamental rule of how professionals calculate diamond prices, meet the term “price per carat.” In a chart, it serves as an entry point in the diamond industry pricing list for an inexperienced buyer.

The formula itself is really simple:

Total Cost of a Diamond = Carat Weight x Price per carat

Let’s say, you have chosen a diamond in a category estimated $2,000 per carat. In this case, the gemstone of 2.5 carat will cost you $2,000 * 2.50, or $5,000.

The same principle applies to the diamond with certain stable parameters. For example, you have chosen a diamond ring of VVS1 clarity, oval cutting, and D color. This weight category is estimated in $31,000, so the pricing for a 2 carat jewel is $31,0000 * 2, or $61,000.

As a takeaway message, pay attention to the carat number while buying or selling an engagement ring. Weight is more important than color, cut, and clarity parameters. This rule doesn’t apply to big diamonds, though.

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Weight category

The heavier weight category is, the greater price per carat it receives. That’s what affects the diamond pricing - just as the price per carat. It can be tricky. that affects the diamond pricing is the exactweight category it falls in. It can betricky because the line of 0.01 carat between two categories may result in 20% price difference! The line of 0.01 carat between two categories may result in 20% price difference – even if color, cut, clarity, and the ring design are completely the same! That’s why one of the life hacks in buying the best diamond for less is to choose a 0.9 carat diamond instead of a full one carat gemstone. Just because they refer to different weight categories, their exact weight becomes so dramatically different.

Cutting

The influential factors are not limited to a carat-related matter only. What is also crucial is cutting. In retail sales, all the manipulation happens with diamond cuts. For the sake of maintaining the perk of higher weight category, the well-known brands tend to avoid making a perfect cutting. In other words, they present not-that-perfectly cut jewels as flawless. Even with a 10% discount, they sell these diamonds 10% higher (because of an initial 20% markup). In the given circumstances, the only way to secure your purchase is to learn everything about cut in advance!

Rarity

And of course, don’t neglect the role of rarity in your diamond. The more uniqueness a chosen gemstone has, the higher price you pay for it. For example, a completely colorless and ideally cut diamond (being “clean” from all the sides, in simple words) is so expensive simply because it’s truly rare to find. Big diamonds are also rarer than small ones – and the pricing result is the same. So, if you aim at buying D color, flawless clarity, an ideal cut, and enormous diamond weight get ready to pay a fortune for your ring! It will be truly unique.

A simple example to understand how the total cost of your diamond can change

THere’s the table that demonstrates to you the exact differences between a 2 carat diamond price list and a 3 carat diamond price list.

2 carat diamond i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 48.400 39.050 35.200 27.390 20.240 14.850 11.880
E 36.300 34.100 28.820 23.430 18.260 14.190 11.550
F 31.680 28.600 25.740 20.680 17.490 13.420 10.780
G 23.430 21.560 19.690 16.720 15.290 12.540 10.340
H 19.030 17.600 13.390 13.970 12.980 11.220 9.680
I 14.960 14.520 13.640 11.550 10.670 9.680 8.800
J 11.990 11.440 11.000 9.460 8.800 8.030 7.480
K 10.780 10.450 9.680 8.580 8.030 7.260 6.710
3 carat diamond i.f. vvs1 vvs2 vs1 vs2 si1 si2
D 84.810 61.270 54.780 42.460 32.890 20.790 14.740
E 60.060 54.780 45.870 36.520 29.480 19.580 13.970
F 51.810 47.740 40.040 33.000 26.620 17.930 13.310
G 39.270 35.200 32.340 28.270 23.100 16.170 12.650
H 29.480 28.270 25.410 22.440 19.030 13.860 12.100
I 21.340 20.130 19.030 17.270 14.960 12.100 10.450
J 16.940 16.610 15.730 14.190 12.760 10.340 9.240
K 15.180 14.520 13.970 12.650 11.440 8.910 7.700
The 4C’s effect on diamond prices

Even though there are many parameters to consider in diamond prices, the pricing models themselves are rather standardized. This means that any observer acquainted with the basic dimensions of a diamond (color, weight, cut, and clarity) can provide the approximate price for any gemstone to buy or sell. However, don’t take this task that easy – the exact value of a jewel only an expert knowing all the market conditions can provide..

At least, the professionals always stay tuned for more news in the diamond industry. They can track all the differences in the diamond price chart. An increased demand in diamonds of a specific clarity can make the whole diamond weight category more expensive to sell. The same applies to a particular color or cut. In 2015, only experts could predict the rising popularity of princess and cushion gemstones. These days, you need to track trends to see the rising popularity of pink color. Probably, only the top clarity is never-fading classics in the diamond world.

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In addition to clarity, several other factors remain stable in evaluating diamond prices. What we mean here are 4C’s. We encourage you learn them to check the knowledge and professionalism of your diamond expert.
Carat

Carat is the source of the core misunderstanding that leads inexperienced buyers into error. The growing carat number doesn’t automatically mean the proportional increase in the size of a jewel! In other words, a 2 carat diamond doesn’t automatically mean the gemstone is twice bigger than a 1 carat diamond. Even if it appears so, the big doesn’t equal the heavy.

At the same time, you already know that the carat size became the pricing standard. The price per carat is taken as a unit for determining the value of a diamond. However, it’s not a sole element in diamond pricing – in reality, the difference range for a 2 carat diamond may get at $65,000! So, be careful and don’t rely on size and weight that much by choosing the engagement ring of your dreams.

Color

The color grades slightly affect the diamond price list. However, that doesn’t mean you should eliminate the color factor while buying a diamond at all.

The choice of a completely colorless gemstone increases its cost dramatically. But the color hue grades don’t affect the amount of dollars paid for a gemstone. If you want to buy a diamond in a solitaire setting, aim at avoiding “I+” color hue – especially when it comes to round and cushion shapes.

Just keep in mind you can take a slight price off for allowing the higher amount of yellowish tint in a diamond. An H color diamond can be 10% cheaper than a D color one. However, don’t go easy on color decrease – or you’ll lose the crucial points in terms of quality.

Clarity

The color grades slightly affect the diamond price list. However, that doesn’t mean you should eliminate the color factor while buying a diamond at all.

The choice of a completely colorless gemstone increases its cost dramatically. But the color hue grades don’t affect the amount of dollars paid for a gemstone. If you want to buy a diamond in a solitaire setting, aim at avoiding “I+” color hue – especially when it comes to round and cushion shapes. Just keep in mind you can take a slight price off for allowing the higher amount of yellowish tint in a diamond. An H color diamond can be 10% cheaper than a D color one. However, don’t go easy on color decrease – or you’ll lose the crucial points in terms of quality.

Cut

In terms of pricing, a good cut is what brings a diamond its brilliance and sparkle.

In exact terms, the market distinguishes symmetry and polish quality, along with poor, good, and excellent cut grades. Alongside this, take into account the table size and depth. In addition, fluorescence is reflected as a blueish glow under UV light – and being strong enough, it reduces the price without visible flaws.

Certifications

Frequently referred to as a fifth C, GIA certificate is an important factor to take into consideration. It includes the set of diamond features that demonstrate the quality –4Cs, fluorescence, symmetry,image of measurements, diagram of inclusions and blemishesand other important factors. Giving a diamond a report number, the certificate provides a hard copy to secure your purchase. It can also be found in a digital database ifyou need to get your certificate online.

Among various certificates, the ones given by GIA and AGS laboratories are the most respectable in the diamond industry. And their presence is crucial – especially when it comes to a diamond purchase over $1,000.

Other factors that affect diamond pricing

To make the decent choice, consider the secret ingredient – and probably, the most important factor in finding YOUR diamond. 
That’s a story a gemstone tells.

And typically, that’s a long and complicated story.

First, the diamond is mined in a special place. For many years, most of the diamonds in the industry were delivered from the poor neighborhoods in Africa. In these regions, armed people herd thousands of innocent villagers into mines – and in the case of non-obedience, they killed them. That poured much blood on diamonds, quickly turning these innocent jewels into the symbol of human cruelty.

In the given circumstances, many people started requesting diamond engagement rings that are free of such histories. Even if they are more expensive in the diamond price chart. Some people even think of rejecting diamonds at all.

But in the end, a gemstone without a story behind is just a bare mineral. And any stone has such a powerful aura of value, wealth, and love like a diamond has.
Diamond Price Chart

To find the exact price per carat, people surf the Internet, searching for relevant diamond price lists. Luckily, you’re on a webpage of the world’s most extensive diamond information platform. So, here’s the place for you to find all the information needed.

Who we are

The Diamond Registry is the number one source to find loose diamonds at wholesale prices online. Back in 1961, we started as a newsletter bulletin that published diamond price charts for the gemstones of all sizes below 10 carat. From 1996, we do it on the regular basis online. Since then, we have grown into a fully-fledged diamond education platform that provides essential information to cover the gap between the public and the diamond industry.

We present to our clients all over the world the accurate wholesale diamond prices and educate the public purchasing diamonds.

In our business, we rely on loose diamonds as the kernel of the diamond industry.
What we do

We do believe that an ability to purchase gemstones far lower than retail prices opens the door for everyone to the diamond industry. We work hard to make luxury affordable to everyone.

Serving this purpose, Diamond Registry became the main entrance to the diamond industry for the public interested in buying and selling gemstones. Normally, retail jewelry has many additional costs factored into the final price. Buying in a diamond shop, you pay extra for advertising and marketing, cover the expenses of running a physical store, and support the brand name.

Buying through the Diamond Registry platform, you avoid extra payment easily. You just cover the price listed in a wholesale diamond price chart.

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How you can check the diamond price with Diamond Registry

So now, after you’ve learned everything about the principles of determining the diamond cost, it’s time to check out the real price for your specific diamond! Here’s how the process works with us:


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Fill our Free Quote form below to narrow the range of diamonds – for example, 3 to 3.5 carat, G to I color, VS1 or VS2, round or cushion shape. If you’re not sure, read The 4Cs guide on our website or simply leave a wide range for us to work with.

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After submission, your diamond expert will source our global network of diamond cutters and merchants. There, we see which diamonds are currently available at wholesale prices and collect GIA certificates. for them. We work with GIA certificates only – unless you insist on different grading labs.

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Your diamond expert will send the certificates over to you, get in touch with you personally, and walk you through available options. You can pick a diamond from this selection, or ask for more certificates, or change your range. Our diamond experts are dedicated to you personally and work with you to find the perfect diamond and make the overall process as easy as possible.

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Once you’re ready, feel free to visit our offices in New York or Hong Kong. 
Also, you can meet our agents anywhere else in the world to see your loose diamond selection in person.

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Once we found the perfect diamond and agree on its price, you have an option to work together with our jewelers on your unique design. So, you get not only the best gem but also the unique design - be that an engagement ring or a set of earrings for an anniversary.

And all this – for the best wholesale diamond price possible, saving you 50-70% off retail prices!
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We do believe that an ability to purchase gemstones far lower than retail prices opens the door for everyone to the diamond industry. We work hard to make luxury affordable to everyone.

Serving this purpose, Diamond Registry became the main entrance to the diamond industry for the public interested in buying and selling gemstones. Normally, retail jewelry has many additional costs factored into the final price. Buying in a diamond shop, you pay extra for advertising and marketing, cover the expenses of running a physical store, and support the brand name.

Buying through the Diamond Registry platform, you avoid extra payment easily. You just cover the price listed in a wholesale diamond price chart.

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