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If you are looking for a diamond ring, one of the most important factors to consider is where it’s from. Like any other product, the origin of diamonds has many implications for its value. This is why certified diamonds have become such an important tool in the industry today. Certified or not? That is the question!

Certified diamonds have the best value for money

Certified diamonds are more valuable because they are rare.

Certified diamonds are more valuable because they're better quality, so you get more value for your money.

Certified diamonds are also more valuable because of the warranty attached to them (it's typically a lifetime warranty). Even if something does go wrong with the diamond and you need to send it back for repair or replacement, there's no additional cost involved; that's what makes purchasing certified diamonds an even better deal than uncertified ones!

Finally, when you buy a certified diamond, you get peace of mind knowing that the gem has been evaluated by an independent third party who has confirmed its authenticity—so nothing will turn up later on down the road after your purchase has been made."

It is legally protected

The legal protection that comes with certification is the main reason to buy certified diamonds. If a diamond is not certified, it's nearly impossible to prove its authenticity and therefore have legal recourse if you feel that you have been sold a fake stone. The same goes for all kinds of jewelry, but diamonds are especially susceptible to fraud because they are often imitated by man-made diamonds (which look just like natural ones).

Every certified diamond comes with a grading report.

Every certified diamond is accompanied by a grading report. This report shows the stone’s weight, cut, color and clarity — information that will help you get the most bang for your buck (or carat).

The grading report is a legal document that ensures you’re getting an authentic diamond. It also ensures the value of the diamond will not drop significantly if something happens to it.

If you buy an uncertified diamond online, there’s no way of knowing what kind of gem you are really getting or how much it might be worth if something were to happen to it down the line.

Certified diamonds ensure your product is 100% conflict free

As a consumer, you have the right to know that your diamond is not funding conflicts. When you buy certified diamonds, you can rest assured that there is no chance your purchase will contribute to human rights violations or funding civil wars.

Certified diamonds are guaranteed 100% conflict free and are sourced from mines in countries with no human rights violations.

If you want to sell your diamond later, it will be easier if your diamond has a certification.

If you are looking to sell your diamond sometime in the future, it's a good idea to get a third-party certification. This will make it easier for you to sell and give you more value for money. Since certified diamonds have been checked by an expert, they're less likely to have any problems that would reduce their value.

A well-certified diamond has immense value, even when it is sold again in the secondary market

A well-certified diamond has immense value, even when it is sold again in the secondary market. This is because a certified diamond comes with a chain of history that can be traced back to its original source. In addition, all aspects of the stone’s physical properties are known, making it easier to insure and appraise.

Certified diamonds also have a better chance of retaining their value over time than uncertified stones do, which makes them an attractive purchase for investors looking for long-term appreciation potential.

For example: a certified diamond may look perfect when you first buy it but if you want to sell it later on down the road—even within 5 years—you may find that another buyer tells you that your stone has flaws or chips (that were not visible before). If this happens, then there's no way anyone would pay as much as they would have if they had known about these things beforehand!

Finally

If you want to buy a certified diamond, then you should go for it. It’s a good investment and will last forever. The only way to make sure that the diamond is genuine is by buying from a trusted website or retailer.

Bonus!

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