Diamonds are a popular and valuable gemstone used in many jewelry items. Diamonds are sought after for their shine and durability. When looking at diamonds to buy or sell, it is always good to use the four c’s as a general guideline. There are specific schools, like the GIA, that teach jewelers, gemologists, and buyers about diamonds. The four c’s of diamond selling are the cut, color, clarity, and carat size. The color of diamonds is one of the ways to find the value of diamonds. The color of diamonds is graded on a scale. This color scale ranges from D through Z. All diamonds are seen as white, even if they have various other colors. True colored diamonds are called fancy diamonds. Fancy diamonds come in shades of blue, pink, and yellow. Fancy diamonds are graded on a separate scale of color. The color of all white diamonds ranges from colorless or D to light color or Z. Ideally, diamonds should be colorless or near colorless, D through J on the grading scale. The colorless level of the diamond directly correlates to increased value. Buyers will look for the subtle color of a diamond via many tools such as diamond lights and diamond microscopes.
In the market to sell your diamond jewelry? Want to estimate the value of your diamonds before you sell? Our preeminent local dealers can help you through the process of selling your diamonds. We are willing to buy any diamonds that are 1.00 carat of bigger that you are selling. Wanting to sell loose diamonds? Our buyers can help with that too. Our buyers make cash offers on diamonds in all types of gold and platinum settings. One of our buyers is a certified GIA gemologist and has specialized training in evaluating precious stones. Want to sell that old engagement ring, those out of date diamond earrings, or some jewelry that you’ve inherited? A buyer at one of our two locations can quickly and accurately help you. A buyer will help you sell your diamonds for the best price and pay you cash the same day. Buyers of diamonds at our locations have the best equipment at their disposal to grade your diamonds.