How To Buy Diamonds At Wholesale Prices

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Check the Diamond Price List Wholesale Prices Basics of wholesale loose diamonds: Made from rough diamonds Essentially, loose diamonds are diamonds that haven’t been bought by retailers yet to sell in jewelry shops. When diamonds are mined by large mining companies, they are bought by rough diamond traders who then sell the rough loose diamonds to cutters. The irregular shaped rough diamonds are closely analyzed using state-of-the-art technology, to assess what the optimal diamond shape would be to retain the highest yield.

In simple words, how to cut the rough loose diamond the best way to waste as little as possible. The diamond cutter then chooses what would be the best natural fit for the rough diamond to be cut in, maybe two princess cut diamonds or rather a large round cut diamond. The polished diamond that the cutter makes, is what we call loose diamonds. What People Say about us    What happens to loose diamonds? The loose diamonds made by diamond cutters, then end up in retail shops through a variety of different ways, either through merchants, auctions, diamond wholesale distribution networks, jewelers or other.

Any which way, most loose diamonds will be mounted onto jewelry before being sold in diamond shops. Some retail stores will have a few loose diamonds in the window display, but usually around 80% of their inventory will be mounted, finished jewelry pieces. The price benefit of buying loose diamonds Wholesale The process described above, what loose diamonds go through after being cut, is where the value add takes place in the diamond world.

The cutter creates jewelry quality loose diamonds from the rough, so when he sells his goods he increases the price to be rewarded for his value add. The same goes for the retail shop at the end: they display finished jewelry pieces for you to pick and wear immediately, in a glamorous shop on a fancy street promoted with glossy ads – and that’s what allows them to increase the price. Buying loose diamonds cuts away through all the unnecessary costs and allows you to buy diamonds at 50-70% less than retail prices.

The more middle men you cut out the process, the more savings you pass on to yourself. The Diamond Registry opens up the wholesale distribution network of loose diamonds The only way to buy loose diamonds at a considerable lower prices than retail prices is from the wholesale diamond market. You might think to yourself “why not buy directly from the diamond cutter?” That’s because they are only allowed to sell to diamond dealers and wholesale distributors.

It would be as if you go to a mining company and asking if you can buy a car from them. So the closest you can get to the source of diamonds, is at the wholesale distribution level. This means that you are buying diamonds just as jewelers or retailers do to stock up their inventory. This is where the Diamond Registry gives you unique access to a market previously closed off to the general public. Diamond Registry serves as the main entrance for the public to search the worldwide inventory of available loose diamonds, and connects you to any source available that is selling the diamond you are looking for.

It could be as precise as looking for an 8.42 carat, round cut G color VVS1 diamond, GIA certified with excellent cut. If it exists, our global network will show it and the price it’s available for. Buying that diamond at the wholesale level is what saves you 50-70% off retail prices. This time, you’re not paying for the fancy shop front and expensive advertising, just the diamond you’ll be wearing.

And it makes a lot more sense too if you think about it. Of all the different kind of branded products, diamond jewelry doesn’t show the brand like clothing does. So all those marketing and branding costs you’ve paid for included in the price of retail jewelry, doesn’t show once you leave the shop. The only thing people see if the shape and size of the diamond on your jewelry, the quality of the jewelry design, and the big smile on your face.

The steps to buying loose diamonds with Diamond Registry – How it works Over the course of 50 years, Diamond Registry has set up the most comprehensive network of wholesale loose diamonds – our inventory is practically endless. This means that no matter what type of loose diamond you’re looking for, we will find it. This is how it works: • Step 1: Diamond buying information Usually, people like to read through our extensive library of diamond information articles.

This is where you learn about different diamond shapes, what makes a diamond high-quality, what to look for when buying diamonds of particular shapes, or even how to buy diamonds purely for investments. Imagine a whole Wikipedia database dedicated to diamonds, including news updates on the latest trends, fashion and exceptional auctions. • Step 2: Wholesale diamond prices Now that you know a little about what kind of loose diamond you are interested in, it’s time to have a look at the diamond prices.

In the wholesale diamond industry, diamond prices work a bit differently than what you might have seen before in retail diamond stores. They are divided into different categories based on carat weight – more on that later. • Step 3: Price quotes and diamond certificates Seeing what type of diamond would be within your budget, you can ask our diamond experts for a free quote. That means that you will give the requirements of the loose diamonds you are looking for through our diamond quote form, after which you will be contacted by our diamond consultants.

They will search the worldwide inventory of loose diamonds, to find the exact loose diamond you are looking for, at the best possible price. You will be sent the diamond certificates of the loose diamonds that made the selection, so you can pick which diamond you want to see. We recommend GIA diamond certificates because it is most reliable and accurate diamond grading system used internationally.

But the choice is completely up to you if for some reason you prefer other diamond grading certificates like AGS or EGL. • Step 4: Seeing the loose diamonds We have offices in New York City, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong, plus a number of agents throughout the US, UK, Europe, Taiwan and Australia. There are three options available to you: either you come visit us in the office to see your selection of loose diamonds (open after working hours if you make an appointment), you come meet our agents to see the diamonds (appointment only), or we fly our diamond consultants out to your location (anytime, anywhere).

Flying our consultants out is something we do regularly and free of charge of course. In fact, a lot of our diamond consultants divide their time between the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Dubai, France and the UK meeting clients like you. • Step 5: Creating your own unique jewelry - optional For the final step, you have the chance to work with our in-house diamond jewelers to create unique jewelry with your loose diamond.

Essentially, our jewelers can create any type of jewelry you want based on your sketches, or photos of designs you have seen before and like. It gives your jewelry so much more meaning because the design is very personal, and nobody else in the world will have the same diamond jewelry piece as you do. Of course, this an optional thing to do, you can also keep the loose diamonds as they are.Payment method is agreed on between you and your personal diamond consultant – we accept pretty much anything but Bitcoins.

Besides being unique, what other benefit is there to creating your own diamond ring? When you see a nice ring design in the shop, you might not like the mounted diamond as much. Maybe it’s a VVS2 and you really want a VS1. Or it’s a 7.4 carat diamond, but having a 7.11 carat diamond is important to you because it has a special meaning to you – like an anniversary date? Creating your own personal unique jewelry gets rid of these obstacles and puts you fully in charge of everything.

You pick the loose diamond, as described in the process above, so if having the 7.11 carat round diamond is important to you, you will get it. Then designing the ring afterwards means that it will be exactly as you want the ring design to be, down to the last detail. Taking care of this yourself is also a big cost minimizer, and it’s a very easy thing to do. You tell our designers what you’d like to see, and they will make it for you.

The degree to your involvement is up to you. You are in full control of both the look of the diamond jewelry, and the price. How wholesale diamond prices work Buying loose diamonds means that you will source the wholesale diamond market, and save big on retail prices. But buying wholesale loose diamonds is slightly different than what you might expect, especially prices. In fact, once you understand how the pricing works, you’ll see that it’s a lot easier and transparent than when you buy retail jewelry where you can only see the final price of the whole ring.

Wholesale loose diamonds are divided into categories based on their carat weight. Every carat weight has a different diamond price list. So there is a price list for 2 carat diamonds, 4 carat diamonds, 6 carat diamonds, and so on. The list itself has to variables: diamond clarity and color. Every combination of the two diamond quality variables has a different value – that value is what we call the price per carat.

The diamond color range on the list is from D to K, and clarity ranges from IF to SI2.Price per carat is not the final price of the diamond. As the name suggest, it is the value of your diamond on a per carat basis. So to calculate the full diamond price, you have to multiply the per carat value with the total carat weight of the diamond you want. Similar to the price per pound when buying food.Below you can see the example for the diamond price list for 3 carat round diamonds: Let’s do the math `All the numbers you see in the diamond price list above, are on a price per carat basis.

So, let’s say you want to see what the total price would be for a 3 carat, G VS1 diamond. Looking in the table, you’ll that the G VS1 price per carat value is 28,270. To get the total price, multiply by 3 and you end up with a total price of $84,810. If you want a specific size, like 3.47 carat, simply multiply the price per carat by 3.47. Note: The most recent price update might not be reflected on this page yet, contact our consultants to get a free quote on today’s current prices.

There are also two different sets for diamond prices per carat: round diamond prices and fancy shape diamond prices. The price difference can be quite significant for some. That’s why many people often look for roundish fancy shapes such as oval or cushion cut diamonds – to get close to the look and feel of a round diamond, for a much lower price. Calculating the price for both round diamonds and fancy diamonds works the same way as illustrated above.

Loose diamonds always come with certificates So when your personal diamond experts locates a number of diamonds through our worldwide loose diamonds network, you will get to see photos of the diamonds, prices and certificates to make your first selection. Diamond certificates are a very important part of buying diamonds. They provide accurate and reliable information regarding the quality of loose diamonds.

There a number of diamond grading labs available that issue certificates, but by far the most accurate is the GIA. They were the first to standardize diamond grading, and they are the ones that developed the systematic grading using the 4Cs – carat, clarity, color and cut. The certificate is linked to the specific loose diamond by using a GIA code, it’s like a license plate for a car. The code is laser inscribed on the girdle of the diamond, which is only visible under 10x magnification (and honestly even difficult to read then) and connects it to the certificate you hold in your hand.

On the certificate, you will find a number of important information about the quality of the diamond assessed by diamond grading experts. This includes but is not limited to carat, color, clarity, cut, fluorescence, measurements, symmetry, clarity plot showing the location of feathers, clouds or other impurities, polish, faceting and much more. The GIA keeps a central reference database online, and using the GIA codes, you can find any of the GIA loose diamonds available on their website.

Photo of GIA certificate Why are GIA diamonds the best? What’s the difference with others? The GIA is considered the industry standard. GIA is used by most reputable diamond shops, jewelers, retailers, merchants and the like. That’s because their diamond grading methods are the most accurate, and their standards are kept up to the highest level. While a specific diamond might receive an F color grading from another diamond grading lab, the true color might be a J color.

Other labs are a bit more flexible when it comes to color grades, which is their way of creating bargains, but these are empty promises. You might be thinking that knowing the true color is not that important, because the diamond in your hand is beautiful no matter what. Well, the real trouble only comes when you are thinking of selling your diamond.People sell their diamonds all the time. Usually it’s because they want to upgrade their current diamond for a larger better diamonds, or diamond prices have gone up considerably and it’s time to sell the diamond investment and enjoy the profits.

Whatever the reason, you’re going to be looking for a buyer. Most buyers will insist on GIA grading – because it is the most accurate. Now you might be in for a surprise if you bought the diamond with another certificate. Your F color might come back as a J color after the GIA graded it. That’s a big price difference. So make sure you purchase loose diamonds correctly, and always insist on GIA certificates.

Diamond Registry has always been a pioneer Diamond Registry opening up the wholesale diamond trade to the public is what we have been doing since 1961. Back then, it started with a diamond information newsletter that shared insider information with the public, it was the first time wholesale diamond prices became truly transparent. People from all over the world without any affiliation to the diamond industry could see how diamond’s were prices, and that way learn about the benefits of buying loose diamonds.

It changed the industry forever. As both the public and diamond professionals subscribed to the newsletter, the network continued to grow and grow. In 1997, Diamond Registry again was at the forefront of innovation of the industry as it became the first online source of diamond information. Besides publishing prices for loose diamonds, more detailed information was made available revealing industry information, trends, the details about diamond quality and to buy diamonds as an investment.

This 50 year long journey has enabled Diamond Registry to offer you the most extensive source of diamond related information, the current wholesale prices for loose diamonds, and the ability to search the global inventory of all loose diamonds available today. It is become the only source you need for buying diamonds at the best possible price. Clients of Diamond Registry Our clientele comes from all over the world and all walks of life.

We have clients walking into the office looking to buy a 2 carat diamond on the spot, and clients asking for a quote for 9 carat diamonds. We treat all our clients with the same respect and our diamond consultants always go the extra mile for you, regardless of your budget. Buying a diamond is a really unique thing, and usually for a very special reason. We know how sensitive it can be when you’re considering to buy a diamond, and we work with you to make sure the process stays fun and easy.

Most of our clients buy diamonds as jewelry like engagement rings, or diamond earrings. But recently, many more people seem to be aware of the investment value diamonds have as an alternative asset to diversify portfolios.We have also had a number of celebrities that have used the Diamond Registry purchasing service, working together with President & CEO Nissan Perla. The media has always been eager to interview Mr.

Perla, trying to find out exactly who bought what – but as professional jewelers we do not share this information. Call it a jeweler-client privilege if you will. But you’re still welcome to ask Mr. Perla when you speak with him, you may not get the purchasing details but he’s always keen to share a few anecdotes of his adventures in the Hollywood celebrity world. Loose diamonds as an investment Recently, loose diamonds have smashed record after record during auctions at famous auction houses such as Sotheby’s and Christie’s.

This has increased the interest of the general public to consider investing in loose diamonds, and that interest in turn increased the prices of particular diamonds favored as investments. In the end, every diamond is a potential investment because the price increases over time. But some diamonds simply offer more profit than others, and for the most part these are the top quality diamonds and colored diamonds.

For that reason, if you’re buying diamonds with an investment in mind (although you can still wear it as jewelry of course), then we strongly advise you to buy the highest possible quality within your range.So consider your budget, then see what would fit in that budget as a D color, Internally Flawless round diamond. If it’s a 3 carat diamond, then that’s the best fit for you as an investment diamond.

Buying fancy shapes diamonds is an option, although they are more subject to fashion trends and therefore fluctuating prices than round diamonds. Round diamonds are like stable bonds where fancy shapes are more like volatile equities – how to balance risk and return is your decision of course. Where to buy colored diamonds Colored diamonds are in fact very rare. Most of the colored diamonds are around 1 carat, which is why 5 carat colored diamonds collect millions during auctions.

Naturally, you can’t buy colored diamonds everywhere easily. However, as the main entrance to the wholesale diamond industry, we also have worldwide connections with diamond cutters that specialize in colored diamonds, and if there is one available within your budget, we will find it for you. Buying a high-quality colored diamonds becomes a lot more complicated that a colorless diamond, because assessing the color intensity becomes far more important.

Interesting, most colored diamonds are cut into fancy shape diamonds because the fancy shape brings out the natural color in a diamond. The more intense the color, the more mesmerizing the diamond. In Summary Buying loose diamonds saves you 50-60% off retail prices because you cut out the middlemen and overhead costs. It means you are buying diamonds from the same place as retailers do, so you know you will get the best prices.

You should start with reading up on diamond information to learn about the quality of diamonds and how to buy a diamond in a smart way. Have a look at our extensive database of diamond education articles. When you are in the process of choosing a diamond, always insist on seeing GIA diamond grading reports. These certificates are the most accurate and reliable, used by everyone in the diamond industry.

Diamond Registry takes you closer to the source, enabling you to buy loose diamonds from the wholesale diamond market. With 50 years’ of experience, we have set up the world’s largest network of diamond suppliers of loose diamonds. Any diamond you are looking for, if it exists we will find it for you. We offer jewelry services if you want to create unique diamond jewelry. We help you to make the smartest purchase if you’re buying diamonds as an investment.

Buying loose colored diamonds as a quite difficult process, but made possible and easier with The Diamond Registry purchasing service. You can come to our offices in NYC, Tel Aviv or Hong Kong. You can meet one of our agents stationed across the globe. Or we can fly our diamond consultants out to you, anytime, anywhere. Ask for a free quote to get started on your diamond buying adventure! Check the education section for a detailed explanation of the 4 C's.

Learn more about the Diamond's Clarity, understand how the clarity affect the Diamond Prices.Learn more about the Diamond's Color, understand how a different color can affect the Diamond PricesLearn more about the Diamond's Cut, understand how the clarity tremendously affect the Diamond PricesLearn more about the Diamond's Carat (weight), 2 Carat diamond, 3 Carat diamond or 4 carat diamond prices are depending many variables.

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Find below the Diamond Price List, which informs and gives insight into wholesale diamond prices. By openly reporting wholesale diamond prices, and with intensive personal analysis, The Diamond Registry assures that the customer gets the best possible value from today’s market. For over 40 years, the Diamond Registry has made the Diamond Price List available to the public. The list is devoted to professional diamond cutters and tradesmen and therefore provides you with the up to date wholesale price of loose diamonds used within the industry.

The Round Diamond Price List & Fancy Diamond Price List further below on this page, give you insider information about the current suggested diamond prices per carat in US Dollar. With our intensive personal guidance, we will find you the right diamond at the right price. By directly sourcing wholesalers from around the globe, we exclude the middlemen from the purchasing process, eliminating retail markups that often push prices considerably.

Ask for a free quote and get in touch with our team if you wish to receive more information about the purchasing process of loose diamonds. THE DIAMOND PRICE LIST Round Diamond Price ListFancy Diamond Price List ROUND DIAMOND PRICE LIST To calculate the total Diamond Price, multiple the size by the diamond price per carat. For example, if you wanted to buy a 2 carat round VVS1 D Color diamond, the total diamond price would be 2 x $39,050 = $78,100 Round Diamond Prices Quick Access: 3 Carat Diamond price, 4 Carat Diamond price, 5 Carat Diamond price, 6 Carat Diamond price, 7 Carat Diamond price, 8 Carat Diamond price , 9 Carat Diamond price, 10 Carat Diamond price, 1/2 Carat Diamond price, 3/4 Carat Diamond price, 1 Carat Diamond price, 2 Carat Diamond price 1/2 Carat I.

F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 9,020 6,930 6,050 4,840 4,510 3,740 2,970 E 6,710 6,050 5,610 4,620 4,070 3,410 2,750 F 6,050 5,610 5,170 4,400 3,850 3,080 2,530 G 5,390 4,950 4,620 4,070 3,410 2,750 2,200 H 4,840 4,510 4,070 3,520 2,970 2,530 2,090 I 3,960 3,740 3,410 2,860 2,530 2,200 1,980 J 3,080 2,970 2,750 2,310 2,200 1,980 1,760 K 2,640 2,530 2,420 2,090 1,980 1,760 1,650 All prices are in US$ per Carat for a Round Cut Diamond.

Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 3/4 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 13,365 10,725 9,240 7,370 6,600 5,940 5,170 E 10,505 9,240 7,975 6,875 6,215 5,610 4,950 F 9,240 8,580 7,425 6,380 5,885 5,280 4,675 G 8,195 7,260 6,435 5,775 5,335 4,840 4,290 H 6,985 6,380 5,775 5,335 4,950 4,455 4,070 I 5,830 5,390 4,950 4,675 4,290 4,015 3,575 J 4,675 4,400 4,125 3,850 3,630 3,520 3,245 K 3,960 3,740 3,520 3,245 3,080 2,915 2,640 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 3/4 carat round IF D Color Gray Diamond, the total diamond price would be 3/4 x $13,365 = $10,023. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 1 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 26,950 19,800 17,050 13,200 10,450 8,030 6,710 E 18,150 16,940 14,080 11,550 9,350 7,480 6,380 F 15,840 14,410 12,760 10,450 8,800 7,150 6,050 G 12,100 11,440 10,450 9,020 8,030 6,710 5,830 H 10,120 9,570 8,800 7,700 6,930 6,380 5,610 I 8,580 7,920 7,260 6,490 6,050 5,720 5,060 J 7,040 6,600 6,160 5,830 5,280 5,060 4,730 K 6,380 5,940 5,500 5,280 4,510 4,400 3,960 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 1 carat round IF D Black Diamond, the total diamond price would be 1 x $26,950 = $26,950. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 1.5 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 32,450 26,510 23,650 18,150 14,410 10,890 8,910 E 23,980 22,990 19,250 16,280 13,310 10,450 8,470 F 20,460 19,030 18,150 14,960 12,650 9,900 7,920 G 15,070 14,520 13,420 12,210 11,000 9,020 7,370 H 12,540 12,100 11,000 10,010 9,350 8,360 7,040 I 10,780 10,340 9,680 8,580 7,920 7,370 6,270 J 8,910 8,470 7,920 7,150 6,490 6,270 5,500 K 7,150 6,820 6,380 6,270 5,610 5,170 4,730 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 1.5 carat round IF D Color Pink Diamond, the total diamond price would be 1.5 x $32,450 = $48,675. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 2 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 48,400 39,050 35,200 27,390 20,240 14,850 11,880 E 36,300 34,100 28,820 23,430 18,260 14,190 11,550 F 31,680 28,600 25,740 20,680 17,490 13,420 10,780 G 23,430 21,560 19,690 16,720 15,290 12,540 10,340 H 19,030 17,600 16,390 13,970 12,980 11,220 9,680 I 14,960 14,520 13,640 11,550 10,670 9,680 8,800 J 11,990 11,440 11,000 9,460 8,800 8,030 7,480 K 10,780 10,450 9,680 8,580 8,030 7,260 6,710 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 2 carat round VVS1 F Color diamond, the total diamond price would be 2 x $28,600 = $57,200.Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 3 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 84,810 61,270 54,780 42,460 32,890 20,790 14,740 E 60,060 54,780 45,870 36,520 29,480 19,580 13,970 F 51,810 47,740 40,040 33,000 26,620 17,930 13,310 G 39,270 35,200 32,340 28,270 23,100 16,170 12,650 H 29,480 28,270 25,410 22,440 19,030 13,860 12,100 I 21,340 20,130 19,030 17,270 14,960 12,100 10,450 J 16,940 16,610 15,730 14,190 12,760 10,340 9,240 K 15,180 14,520 13,970 12,650 11,440 8,910 7,700 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 3 carat round VVS1 E Color diamond, the total diamond price would be 3 x $54,780 = $164,340. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 4 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 105,270 81,950 74,910 60,390 47,410 28,930 20,130 E 81,840 74,580 64,460 54,010 44,770 27,720 19,580 F 73,810 64,350 57,200 49,170 40,370 26,070 19,140 G 55,660 50,050 45,540 42,790 34,980 22,770 17,600 H 42,350 39,820 36,410 33,880 28,380 20,350 16,280 I 30,470 28,820 27,060 24,970 21,780 16,940 14,410 J 24,640 23,320 22,110 20,350 18,040 14,850 12,540 K 20,900 19,580 18,370 17,050 15,180 12,100 10,670 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 4 carat round VVS1 F Color Chocolate Diamond, the total diamond price would be 4 x $64,350 = $257,400. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 5 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 147,400 109,450 98,560 82,940 63,030 38,280 25,190 E 108,350 97,570 85,910 74,360 59,400 35,420 24,420 F 95,150 85,690 78,540 68,530 50,490 32,340 23,430 G 71,390 64,240 58,740 52,800 43,890 29,040 22,110 H 56,100 50,930 46,640 41,580 34,760 25,190 19,910 I 40,920 38,500 36,960 32,340 29,040 21,340 17,270 J 30,910 29,260 27,390 25,410 24,200 19,030 15,290 K 24,090 22,440 21,120 19,470 18,370 14,960 12,650 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 5 carat round IF D Color Green Diamond, the total diamond price would be 5 x 147,400 = $737,000. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 6 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 159,192 118,206 106,444 89,575 68,072 41,342 27,205 E 117,018 105,375 92,782 80,308 64,152 38,253 26,373 F 102,762 92,545 84,823 74,012 54,529 34,927 25,304 G 77,101 69,379 63,439 57,024 47,401 31,363 23,878 H 60,588 55,004 50,371 44,906 37,540 27,205 21,502 I 44,192 41,580 39,916 34,927 31,363 23,047 18,651 J 33,382 31,600 29,581 27,442 26,136 20,552 16,513 K 26,017 24,235 22,809 21,027 19,839 16,156 13,662 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 6 carat round VVS2 D Color Red Diamond, the total diamond price would be 6 x 106,444 = $638,664. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 7 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 171,927 127,662 114,959 96,741 73,517 44,649 29,381 E 126,379 113,805 100,204 86,732 69,284 41,313 28,482 F 110,982 99,948 91,608 79,932 58,891 37,721 27,328 G 83,269 74,929 68,514 61,585 51,193 33,872 25,788 H 65,435 59,404 54,400 48,498 40,543 29,381 23,222 I 47,728 44,906 43,109 37,721 33,872 24,890 20,143 J 36,052 34,128 31,947 29,637 28,226 22,196 17,834 K 28,152 26,173 24,633 22,709 21,426 17,448 14,754 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 7 carat round IF D Color Purple Diamond, the total diamond price would be 7x 171,927 = $1,203,489. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 8 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 185,681 137,874 124,155 104,480 79,398 48,220 31,731 E 136,489 122,909 108,220 93,670 74,826 44,618 30,760 F 119,860 107,943 98,936 86,326 63,602 40,738 29,514 G 89,930 80,923 73,995 66,511 55,288 36,581 27,851 H 70,669 64,156 58,752 52,377 43,786 31,731 25,079 I 51,546 48,498 46,557 40,738 36,581 26,881 21,754 J 38,936 36,858 34,502 32,007 30,484 23,971 19,260 K 30,404 28,266 26,603 24,525 23,140 18,843 15,934 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 8 carat round VVS1 D Color Orange Diamond, the total diamond price would be 8x 137,874 = $1,102,992. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 9 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 200,535 148,903 134,087 112,838 85,749 52,077 34,269 E 147,408 132,741 116,877 101,163 80,812 48,187 33,220 F 129,448 116,578 106,850 93,232 68,690 43,997 31,875 G 97,124 87,396 79,914 71,831 59,711 42,667 30,079 H 76,322 69,288 63,452 56,567 47,288 34,269 27,085 I 55,669 52,377 50,281 43,997 39,507 29,031 23,494 J 42,050 39,806 37,262 34,567 32,922 25,888 20,800 K 32,836 30,527 28,731 26,487 24,991 20,350 17,208 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 9 carat round IF D Color Yellow Diamond, the total diamond price would be 9x 200,535 = $1,804,815. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 10 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 224,510 161,810 145,640 123,750 97,570 61,270 40,260 E 160,600 144,430 129,690 110,550 89,210 56,760 39,050 F 136,840 123,090 110,550 97,570 77,330 52,580 37,400 G 110,550 101,090 91,520 83,270 69,740 47,520 35,310 H 89,210 80,850 73,700 65,450 55,880 40,370 31,680 I 64,130 60,610 56,980 49,940 45,100 34,650 27,720 J 47,960 45,760 43,450 41,690 38,060 29,810 23,870 K 36,190 33,770 32,450 30,910 28,490 23,320 19,690 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 10 carat IF D Color Blue Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 10 x $224,510 = $2,245,100.Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: FANCY DIAMOND PRICE LIST FANCY DIAMONDS: Princess cut Diamonds, Radiant cut Diamonds, Emerald cut Diamonds, Asscher cut Diamonds, Cushion cut Diamonds, Oval cut Diamonds, Marquise cut Diamonds, Pear cut Diamonds, Heart cut Diamonds, Trillion cut Diamonds.

Quick Access: 1/2 Carat Diamond Price, 3/4 Carat Diamond Price, 1 Carat Diamond Price, 2 Carat Diamond Price, 3 Carat Diamond Price, 4 Carat Diamond Price, 5 Carat Diamond Price, 6 Carat Diamond Price, 7 Carat Diamond Price, 8 Carat Diamond Price, 9 Carat Diamond Price, 10 Carat Diamond Price 1/2 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 5,830 4,950 4,510 4,070 3,740 3,080 2,640 E 5,060 4,510 4,180 3,630 3,300 2,750 2,200 F 4,510 4,180 3,740 3,410 3,080 2,640 2,090 G 4,180 3,740 3,410 3,080 2,750 2,420 1,980 H 3,740 3,410 3,190 2,860 2,640 2,090 1,870 I 3,190 2,860 2,750 2,530 2,310 2,090 1,870 J 2,530 2,310 2,200 2,090 1,980 1,870 1,760 K 1,980 1,760 1,760 1,650 1,650 1,540 1,430 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 3/4 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 8,745 6,875 6,600 6,215 5,830 5,390 4,675 E 6,930 6,600 6,270 5,885 5,500 4,950 4,290 F 6,655 6,270 5,940 5,610 5,170 4,730 4,125 G 6,270 5,885 5,610 5,280 4,840 4,290 3,850 H 5,555 5,115 4,950 4,675 4,235 3,850 3,465 I 4,840 4,510 4,400 4,125 3,685 3,465 3,080 J 4,015 3,850 3,740 3,520 3,410 3,190 2,750 K 3,300 3,135 3,025 2,915 2,860 2,640 2,420 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 1 Carat 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 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 1.5 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 17,270 11,880 10,890 10,560 10,890 9,240 7,590 E 11,880 10,890 10,560 10,230 9,680 9,020 7,480 F 10,890 10,560 10,230 9,680 9,240 8,690 7,150 G 10,560 10,230 9,680 9,350 8,690 7,920 6,710 H 8,580 8,360 8,030 7,700 7,260 6,710 5,830 I 7,370 7,150 7,040 6,710 6,380 6,050 5,060 J 5,720 5,610 5,500 5,280 5,060 4,840 4,180 K 4,950 4,840 4,730 4,510 4,332 4,180 3,740 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 1.5 carat diamond fancy VVS1 D Color, the total diamond price would be 1.5 x $11,880 = $717,820. For a 1.5 carat diamond ring project you could for example select a 1.5 carat diamond fancy VVS1 F Color, the total diamond price would be 1.5 x 10,890 = $16,335 + ring's cost. 2 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 27,390 19,910 18,370 16,720 15,620 12,650 9,240 E 19,910 18,370 16,720 15,620 14,080 12,100 9,020 F 18,370 16,720 15,620 14,080 12,980 11,550 8,800 G 16,280 15,180 14,080 12,980 12,430 10,450 8,470 H 13,090 11,990 10,890 10,340 9,790 8,800 7,260 I 10,340 9,790 9,240 8,690 8,140 7,700 6,600 J 7,920 7,590 7,260 6,930 6,490 6,160 5,500 K 6,710 6,380 6,160 5,830 5,720 5,500 5,060 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 2 carat IF D Color Marquise Cut Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 2 x $27,390 = $54,780. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 3 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 49,500 40,040 35,200 28,930 24,750 17,710 11,770 E 38,720 35,530 32,670 27,170 23,100 17,050 11,220 F 33,660 31,680 28,930 24,860 21,010 15,730 10,780 G 29,810 27,720 25,960 21,230 18,590 13,750 10,560 H 24,640 23,210 20,680 17,820 15,290 11,550 9,680 I 18,700 17,490 16,280 14,850 12,210 10,120 8,360 J 13,420 12,650 11,880 11,110 10,010 8,140 7,040 K 10,560 10,120 9,680 9,350 8,360 6,930 6,050 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 3 carat VS2 E Color Cushion Cut Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 3 x $23,100 = $69,300. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 4 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 67,760 54,780 49,170 43,560 37,840 22,880 15,290 E 53,240 49,280 45,980 39,930 35,090 22,000 14,630 F 48,070 45,980 41,800 36,080 30,690 20,350 14,190 G 40,700 36,960 32,780 31,350 26,180 18,480 13,860 H 33,220 30,910 27,830 25,850 21,780 16,170 12,210 I 24,420 23,210 21,340 19,910 18,590 14,080 10,780 J 17,710 16,940 15,950 15,070 14,300 11,440 9,350 K 13,970 13,200 12,320 11,880 11,110 8,910 7,920 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 4 carat IF G Color Emerald Cut Diamond (GIA) , the total diamond price would be 4 x $40,700 = $112,000.Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 5 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 99,880 76,120 69,960 62,590 51,370 30,910 19,470 E 74,800 69,740 64,240 57,860 47,960 29,920 18,920 F 63,690 59,510 55,880 50,490 41,030 27,170 17,930 G 52,140 47,630 44,330 39,270 33,220 23,650 17,050 H 44,440 41,030 36,740 33,220 28,600 20,570 14,740 I 30,690 28,490 26,620 23,650 21,670 16,170 12,430 J 22,330 21,120 20,020 18,040 16,720 13,420 11,220 K 17,710 16,940 15,950 14,410 13,860 11,000 9,350 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 5 carat VVS1 D Pear Shaped Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 5 x $76,120 = $380,600.Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 6 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 109,868 83,732 76,956 67,597 55,479 34,001 21,417 E 82,280 76,714 69,379 62,488 51,796 32,313 20,812 F 70,059 65,461 60,350 54,529 44,312 29,343 19,723 G 57,354 52,393 47,876 42,411 36,542 25,542 18,755 H 48,884 44,312 39,679 35,877 30,888 22,215 16,214 I 33,145 30,769 28,749 25,542 23,837 17,787 13,673 J 24,563 22,809 21,621 19,483 18,392 14,762 12,342 K 19,481 18,295 17,226 15,562 15,246 12,100 10,285 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 6 carat VS1 F Color Asscher Cut Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 6 x $65,461 = $392,766. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 7 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 120,854 92,105 84,651 73,004 59,917 37,401 23,558 E 90,508 84,385 74,929 67,487 55,940 34,898 22,893 F 77,064 72,007 65,178 58,891 47,857 31,691 21,695 G 63,089 57,632 51,706 45,804 40,196 27,585 20,630 H 35,796 47,857 42,853 38,747 33,359 23,992 17,835 I 35,796 33,230 31,049 27,585 26,220 19,565 15,040 J 27,019 24,634 23,351 21,041 20,231 16,238 13,576 K 21,429 19,758 18,604 16,807 16,770 13,310 11,313 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 7 carat VVS2 I Color Princess Cut Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 7 x $33,230 = $232,610. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 8 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 132,940 101,315 93,116 78,845 64,711 41,141 25,914 E 99,558 92,823 80,923 72,886 60,415 37,690 25,182 F 84,771 79,207 70,392 63,602 51,685 34,226 23,864 G 69,398 63,395 55,843 49,468 44,215 29,792 22,693 H 38,660 51,685 46,281 41,847 36,027 25,912 19,618 I 38,660 35,889 33,533 29,792 28,842 21,522 16,544 J 29,720 26,605 25,219 22,724 22,254 17,862 14,933 K 23,572 21,338 20,092 18,152 18,447 14,641 12,444 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 8 carat VS2 I Color Riant Cut Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 8 x $28,842 = $230,736. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 9 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 146,234 111,447 102,428 85,153 69,888 45,255 28,506 E 109,514 102,106 87,397 78,717 65,249 40,705 27,700 F 93,248 87,128 76,023 68,690 55,820 36,964 26,251 G 76,338 69,735 60,310 53,426 48,637 32,175 24,962 H 41,753 55,820 49,984 45,195 38,909 27,984 21,580 I 41,753 38,760 36,216 32,175 31,727 23,674 18,198 J 32,692 28,733 27,236 24,542 24,479 19,648 16,427 K 25,929 23,045 21,699 19,604 20,292 16,105 13,689 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 9 carat VS2 E Color Oval Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 9 x $65.249 = $587,241. Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: 10 Carat I.F VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 D 164,230 130,900 117,810 101,090 80,960 51,700 34,320 E 131,450 117,700 104,720 94,270 77,000 48,070 33,110 F 105,270 95,150 89,320 77,440 65,450 44,200 31,570 G 84,040 77,440 71,390 65,450 57,200 39,710 29,920 H 69,080 62,370 57,750 53,020 44,880 33,550 26,620 I 51,700 47,630 45,210 41,690 38,280 28,930 23,100 J 39,820 37,840 35,420 33,770 30,910 23,980 19,690 K 31,350 29,480 27,500 26,620 23,760 19,800 16,720 All prices are in US$ per Carat.

For a 10 carat VS1 D Color Heart Shaped Diamond (GIA), the total diamond price would be 10 x $101,090 = $1,010,900.Use the Diamondregistry Search & Purchase Service to access the Worldwide Inventory and the Best Diamond Prices of the market: Wholesale Diamond prices often fluctuate. Actual quotes can be obtained by submitting a Free Diamond Price Quote form to the Diamond Registry or calling us at 1-888-669-4747 or +1-212-575-0444.

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