Loose diamonds have maintained its high value in the market. Today, a lot of people still sell loose diamonds for its profitable return. The diamonds we have are used for symbolic meaning, from a display of wealth and stability. It is valuable and significant which is why we give fair quotation for every piece you will sell. However, our primary focus is to purchase diamonds with high-class cuts.
The price paid for the loose diamond will be determined by the value of the diamond, the size of the diamond, the cut, the purity, and the weight. If you have a certificate for your diamond, it will be better. Certificates like AGS, EGL, GIA, HRD, IGI or other diamond certificates would mean a lot for your pay.
We do not purchase diamonds that:
If your diamond has other precious metals or gemstones in it, such as silver or diamonds, our team of professionals will estimate the price of each section and pay you appropriately for each one. We’ll clearly explain how your diamond is priced and give you a no-obligation offer on purchasing your jewelry.
The accurate value of your diamond can only be determined after it has been expected by a professional to verify its quality, weight, and purity. If you’d like a free appraisal and offer for your gold, diamond, and other jewelry, fill out our form on the left to print your free label or request a free cash for gold mailer pack.
The actual value of your loose diamond is determined by three primary factors: purity of the gold, karat weight of the piece, and the current spot price of a diamond. You can read in more detail how diamond pricing works, or use our diamond value calculator to determine the approximate value of simple items.
Purity is the percentage of gold in any piece of metal. The purity has a direct proportional impact on pricing.
The amount of diamond is also important in determining the value of your diamond. The heavier the diamond, the more carat it is. There is a direct proportional impact on pricing, so a diamond weighing 0.75 ct or 3/4 carat would be worth the money.
We want the diamond to look clear as possible. We want to avoid buying diamonds that are already turning into yellow. We need to see if the diamond is still useable.
Lastly, the current value of a diamond depends on its cut. We must see how well does the diamond reflect the light. Once it’s determined how much pure your diamond is (using purity and weight), that number needs to be priced.
Once these factors are seen from your loose diamond, we can determine how much your diamond is worth. At Cash for Gold Mailer, we operate as efficiently as possible and work with the lowest margins in the industry. That’s why we guarantee the best offer, local or online, for your gold, diamonds, and valuables.
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