Loose cut diamond prices can vary, depending on the quality of the cut, color, clarity, and carat weight. If you are shopping for certified loose diamonds, and are not quite sure what you should be looking for, you might want to do a bit of research yourself before you buy. There are some things you should look for in a diamond that will determine the price of that diamond.
For instance, two GIA certified diamonds that are of the same carat weight can have varying degrees of color and clarity. Let's say a jeweler put two, one-carat round cut diamonds in front of you to view. One diamond would cost you approximately $6500.00, while the other one was about $4300.00. You would be able to see for yourself that the higher priced stone is more brilliant, with much more sparkle and shine. The reason is simple; the cut, color, and clarity of a diamond increase in quality with the higher the price; these are just some of the factors that our specialists can help you evaluate when you’re shopping for that perfect loose cut diamond.
Understanding Loose Cut Diamond Prices
Consumers are often wrongly led to believe that they should buy the biggest diamond they can afford. Little mention is given to the other physical characteristics, such as cut, color, and clarity. However, two similar diamonds can have the same carat weight, but one can be considerably better in terms of quality than the other. Likewise, a smaller diamond can cost more than a bigger diamond if it has little or no internal flaws.
Yadav offers educational information on loose cut diamond prices, as well as other important facts about diamonds. As a leader in the diamond business for over 20 years, we offer our clients exceptional customer service, and high-quality stunning loose diamonds and diamond jewelry. Rest assured that one can never know too much about diamonds and precious stones, but our specialists know more than enough to help you make the right decision.