Wholesale Diamond Prices Per Carat

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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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Before starting your quest for the best diamond prices, be sure to understand the key components of a diamond price.Our Diamond Price List deliver an updated sheet of diamond prices used by wholesalers within the diamond industry. It is a very good way to estimate the diamond prices with the original market price indicator.The value of diamonds is calculated depending 5 parameters: first the Shape (round family or fancy family), then 4 other parameters known as the 4C, the Cut (proportions), the Carat (weight), the Clarity and the Color of the diamond.

Even though the question “how much are diamonds worth?” is straightforward, the answer is a little more complicated. The price can go from 10 000$ for a 2 carat diamond to 70 000$ and up for a 3 carats diamond or bigger stones. If you are looking for a 3 carat diamond ring price get to know the diamond pricing first:As you can see only one parameter can change a lot of the diamond price, so it's better to know a least your budget or what kind of diamond you exactly want to find.

Some specific fancy colors are cheaper than others, that's why Black Diamond Engagement Rings are much more affordable.Our updated list is a major source of market prices and fluctuations used by wholesale profesessionals to establish prices.DIAMOND PRICE CALCULATOR: All prices are per carat in $USD. 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 would be 2 x $38,800 = $77,600.

You know exactly what you are looking for:Get an accurate pricing NOW ● Diamond Value Calculator While diamonds are all unique and incredibly rare to find, over the years the diamond pricing methods have become largely standardized so that all diamond professionals can calculate the actual diamond value just looking at the diamond’s characteristics. While this approach will give you a decent estimate of what the total value will be, there might still be a little difference when it comes to actually buying or selling your diamond depending on your negotiations with the diamond buyer or seller of that particular diamond and of course because diamonds like all other precious gemstones have different prices based on market conditions.

The price difference isn’t significant, but it’s good to keep it in consideration. What we mean by market conditions is the variation in price based on whether that particular diamond is currently in high demand, like princess cuts and cushion cuts in 2015, and if that particular diamond is especially rare to find, like large colored diamonds or large flawless diamonds perfectly cut by the diamond cutters.

Cost of diamonds: What are the 4Cs? As you can see on the diamond pricing chart above, different carat sizes have specific price lists, where they are further categorized based on clarity and color. For that reason, before we go into calculations to know the diamond cost, it is important to start at the beginning at look what carat, color, clarity and cut really refers to. In the business, we refer to these four essential characteristics of diamonds as the 4Cs.

Each “C” plays a part in a diamond’s beauty, rarity and therefore price. ● Carat, Factor 1 The first C is carat, which is a unit of weight. Often enough, people use carat to refer to the size of a diamond but this is not correct. While it is true that a 2 carat is bigger than a 1 carat, it’s not exactly double the size, and a 3 carat is not triple the size. So you can use it as an indication, but actual size mostly comes to do way the rough diamond is cut by professional diamond cutters.

In fact, 1 carat is exactly 100 grams. And 2 carats is 200 grams. Carat is a very important part of calculating prices, mostly related to the rarity of a specific diamond. Most diamonds found today are around 1 carat diamond, most diamonds sold for jewelry are between 1 and 2 carats. Diamonds larger than this is incredibly rare to find and so the prices go up. This is especially true for colored diamonds, where a 2 carat colored diamond is potentially on par with a 10+ carat colorless diamond – all depending on the other three Cs of course.

Also, prices don’t increase in proportion with carat size – a 3 carat diamond is not three times the price of a 1 carat. The price per carat is the one fundamental of diamond cost. ● Color, Factor 2 Most diamonds found and bought are categorized as colorless diamonds. These are the typical see-through sparkling diamonds most people around you will most likely have. When grading the color quality in colorless diamonds, we actually look at the absence of color.

The less color a colorless diamond has, the rarer and more valuable it is, the higher prices are. If a colorless diamond has some color to it, this means it has a slight hue of yellow in it. This yellow hue might be only noticeable in a neutral and white light environment, or obviously noticeable in normal viewing conditions. Diamond color grading is done on a spectrum that ranges from D to Z, where D is absolute colorless and Z has definite yellow hue.

As you can see in the diamond color grading spectrum below, the various diamond color grades are grouped together because they will appear similar to the untrained and common diamond jewelry wearers. The grouping of these color grades is not reflected in how the price increases. It is merely a way to group diamond colors in a way that makes sense for you as the consumer. Generally speaking, most people will buy diamonds in the G to I group, if they are not so much concerned with the internal quality of the diamond.

This is mostly related to the diamond values in this category. For the most part, you won’t really see the yellow hue at all in G to I diamonds. Especially when you wear the diamond ring outside and the natural world around you is reflected in the diamond, a little yellow hue simply blends in and melts away. But if you are concerned with having an absolutely perfect diamond, then you should go for D to F diamonds.

If you are buying diamonds as an investment, then it is strongly advised you buy D color diamonds. ● Clarity, Factor 3 The last of the three main factors is diamond clarity. This includes both internal inclusions and external blemished on the diamond, anything from crystals, knots, clouds, feathers, milky spots or tiny specks present in the diamond. In the industry, we informally refer to these spots as the diamond’s birthmarks, and they are part of the formation process when nature creates diamonds.

But some diamonds have much more inclusions than others, and a lucky few are even free of any type of inclusions or blemishes. Similar to diamond color, diamond clarity is graded on a spectrum that ranges from flawless to having slight inclusions: FL-Flawless: IF-Internally Flawless: VVS1, VVS2 - Very Very Slight Inclusions: VS1, VS2 - Very Slight Inclusions: SI1, SI2 – Slight Inclusions: I1, I2, I3 - Inclusions: Shows no inclusions or blemishes of any sort under 10 x magnifications No inclusions when examined by an experienced grader, but will have some minor blemishes Contains minute inclusions that are difficult even for experienced graders to see under 10x magnification Contains minute inclusions such as crystals, clouds or feathers when observed with effort under 10x magnification Contains inclusions such as cavities, knots clouds, feathers and included crystals which are noticeable to an experienced grader Contains inclusions such as large feathers or large included crystals, which are obvious under a 10x magnification, Clarity plays a role because we value absolutely perfect diamonds much more, and they are also very rare to find.

Then there is also the beauty aspect where some people don’t want to see any inclusions in their diamond. Together, this is how diamond clarity affects the cost. That’s why most people in general don’t go much lower than VS2, which strikes the right balance between looking perfect yet still at a good price. I1 to I3 diamonds are not really used in diamond jewelry anymore, so you won’t come across those very often when buying diamonds.

However, if you’re interested in buying diamonds as an investment, it is best to buy a Flawless diamond. Again, more on that later. ● Cut, Factor 4 While you won’t see diamond cut listed on the list, it does play a vital role in the value of the diamond. Diamond cut is the only one of the 4Cs that is directly influenced by hand. When a diamond is mined, we call it a rough diamond. Its shape is highly irregular.

Diamond cutters then analyze the diamond with state-of-the-art equipment to see how they should cut the diamond to maximize yield and perfection. This is when the pavilion depth, for instance, is created. The cut diamond is then further polished to make the faceting of the diamond perfectly aligned and symmetrical. Altogether, this process is what makes the diamond sparkle so brightly. The cut determines how the light that enters a diamond is reflected outwards.

There are standard names for the quality of the diamond cut: symmetry, polish and cut are graded separately as poor, good or excellent. Ideally, you should always go for excellent on all three, or “Triple X” as we call it. This last part, how bright the diamond is makes a final contribution to the final market value.If you take all these 4 diamond characteristics into account, you can calculate what it really cost.

The steps to calculating diamond prices All diamonds are categorized according to the carat weight, and each weight class has its own price list. Diamond are then further divided as either round shape or fancy shape (any other shape than round). But regardless of whether the diamond you want to buy is round shape or fancy shape, the way to calculate with the list will be the same. Price per carat Say you are interested in a 3 carat diamond, G color with VS1 clarity grading.

Then you need to look up the price list for 3 carat diamonds, and find the value that matches G color with VS1 clarity. In the list at the top of this page we can see that value is 28,270 per carat. The Price per Carat value is very important to understand because it is not the final price yet. Why we keep saying we need to calculate the final price, is because there is a little math involved when working with Price per Carat.

But luckily, it’s simple math only: Diamond Value Calculator Total Cost of Diamond = carat weight X Price per Carat So in our example from above, we need to multiply 28,270 by 3, which brings us to a total of $84,810 for the 3 carat, G color VS1 clarity diamond. Say you want a specific carat weight, maybe to celebrate your anniversary date or something special like it, so you’re looking for a 3.

12 carat, G color VS1 diamond specifically. Simple:28,270 x 3.12 = $88,202 for the unique 3.12 carat diamond. Perfect for your anniversary on December 3rd, or March 12th of course. What about other diamond shapes? And colored diamonds? For all other diamond shapes, or fancy shape diamonds, you apply the same method as we did here to find diamond values, but then for the specific list for fancy shape diamonds.

Remember that when you are looking for a different carat weight class, you need to find the appropriate list for that carat weight, and multiply the Price per Carat value accordingly. Colored diamonds are far more difficult to assess, both in terms of quality and cost. There are no standardized lists for color diamond. You need to get in touch with diamond advisers if you are looking for a colored diamond and want to see what the current diamond prices are for available diamonds today.

● Where to find diamond prices aka diamond price lists We’ve said a couple of times that you need to find the diamond price list for the diamond price per carat you are looking for. But where do you find the list? Luckily, you are already on the world’s most extensive diamond information platform. The Diamond Registry is the number one source online for loose diamonds at wholesale prices, and we publish and update our diamond price charts regularly so that you can see today’s wholesale diamond prices.

Our list page shows you the list for all carat sizes below 10, both for round shapes and fancy shapes. In fact, Diamond Registry was the first online source of diamond price information, publishing wholesale diamond prices on a regular basis online since 1996. Before that, we were the first to publish a list of every diamond price and diamond price chart in our newsletter bulletin back in 1961. Many subscribers in those days were from the diamond industry themselves and relied on the Diamond Registry as the primary accurate source of price information.

Since then, we have grown into a fully-fledged diamond information and education platform that closes the gap between the public and the diamond industry, by publishing the accurate wholesale diamond prices worldwide, and educating the diamond buying public. ● What does it mean to buy loose diamonds at wholesale prices? What we have discussed here, all refers to loose diamonds in the wholesale diamond industry.

Diamond Registry is the main entrance to the wholesale diamond industry for the diamond buying public, and wholesale prices are far lower than retail prices.Retail diamond jewelry has a lot of additional costs factored into the final price, which makes it a lot more expensive than wholesale diamonds. When you buy jewelry from the diamond shops, you pay for the advertising and marketing costs, the overhead costs of running a shop in that prime location, and quite often just for the brand name.

You can avoid these costs easily buying through the Diamond Registry wholesale diamond platform. Saving up to 50% on diamonds We have diamond advisers in our offices in New York and Hong Kong, connected to our agents across the world, connected to all diamond cutters in the industry today. That means that we have access to the worldwide inventory of loose wholesale diamonds available in the world at any moment in time.

These are fine jewelry diamonds that have not been set in jewelry yet. Buying these loose diamonds, means you are buying at wholesale prices which can save you 50%, sometimes 70%, off retail prices. Through our purchasing service, you buy straight from the diamond cutters and merchants, before they end up in retail stores. That’s what we mean with helping you to buy closer to the source. ● Making jewelry with loose diamonds When you buy loose diamonds, you will probably still want to have the diamond you bought set onto jewelry.

Our team of in-house jewelry designers are part of the team when we help you buy diamonds from the wholesale market, and you can have them make any type of jewelry you want. Whether it’s based on an existing design you’ve seen elsewhere, or even on your own jewelry design sketches you make yourself – it’s all possible with our expert team of jewelers. They have worked with clients from all over the world, on a wide variety of diamonds and jewelry styles, nothing is too complicated or intricate.

And at the end of it all, you will have bought a loose diamond at wholesale price (saving 50-70%) and have it set onto unique jewelry. It will truly be a one of a kind jewelry piece. ● Buying diamonds as an investment: what is the best diamond price? Mounted onto jewelry or not, diamonds, if bought correctly, can also be bought as promising investments. Many diamonds have broken record after record during diamond auctions, most notably at Sotheby’s and Christie’s auctions.

Plus, different that a stock portfolio, you can also enjoy your diamond investment and wear it to elegant occasions and events. An investment you can ejoy actively, while you wait for the value to increase.If you want to buy diamonds as an investment specifically, you should talk to a diamond adviser to help you buy the best diamond. But to give you an idea, there are a number of things you need to consider when buying diamonds as an investment.

Don’t start with prices Don’t start looking for a diamond to buy for investment purposes looking at the price. It’s good to have a budget already in mind, but it’s not the starting point when looking for a diamond to invest in. That way you might buy a diamond that could be beautiful for a good price, but not necessarily a smart investment. Start with color and clarity This is an easy rule.

If you’re purchase is purely investment driven, only buy D color and Flawless clarity. The absolute best, most perfect diamonds are the ones that increase in price the most over time. Not only that, but selling it will be much easier as the demand is very high for perfect diamonds. Now look at carat weight, for diamond prices Look at the different carat weights, and calculate the full price for the perfect diamonds in each class.

This is how you determine what carat weight diamond falls within your budget for your diamond investment. Then get in touch with a diamond adviser There are many more aspects involved when it comes to buying diamonds purely as investment. The above information is just a simplification of the basics. You should always get in touch with a diamond adviser to help you make the best purchase for you investment.

● Diamond certificates – certainty about quality Whether you are buying diamonds as an investment, jewelry or as a gift for like an engagement ring, there’s another element which is just as important as diamond price: diamond grading certificates. Every loose diamond, and finished diamond jewelry, comes with a grading certificate that shows you the exact graded quality features. These certificates reveal a number of different features including the 4Cs, fluorescence, symmetry, image of the diamond’s measurements and a diagram of any present inclusions or blemishes.

The certificate has a report number, which is laser engraved on the girdle of the loose diamond – barely visible at 10x magnification. That number ties the diamond to the certificate, and all certificates have a hard copy which you get with your purchase, and a digital version to be found online through the database. Which diamond grading certificate is the best? There a number of different diamond grading certificates available to you, but the absolute best as agreed upon by the diamond industry are GIA certificates.

The GIA diamond grading lab is the most reliable and accurate when it comes to diamond grading, so the prices you see are what they should be regarding the quality of the diamond. In fact, the 4Cs were developed by the GIA to grade loose diamonds more systematically and their standards and methods for diamond grading have been copied by the other grading labs. So the GIA is the original source of grading, and the most authoritative when it comes to assessing the quality of loose diamonds, and therefore making it easier for the industry to calculate the accurate diamond price.

● Next steps: So now that you understand how diamond prices are calculated, you are ready for the next steps to make yourself ready to buy a beautiful diamond. Have a look at different diamond shapes and jewelry designs to get a feel for what type of diamond you’d like to get. Then, once you have an idea, use the diamond price list to see if the diamond you want is within your budget. You might have to configure color and clarity a bit to find the range of loose diamonds that fits your budget.

Remember to multiply the Price per Carat value by the total carat weight. Once you know what diamond range you want, you can ask for a free quote from our diamond experts to get the accurate price based on available loose diamonds in the world today. How it works When you fill in the free quote form, it helps if you have a narrow range of diamonds – like 3 to 3.5 carat, G to I color, VS1 or VS2, round diamond – but if you’re not sure, a wide range is possible too.

After you fill in the form, our diamond experts will source our global network of diamond cutters and merchants to see which diamonds are currently available, at wholesale prices, and collect the GIA certificates. We only work with GIA certificates, unless you insist on different grading labs. The diamond expert will send the certificates over to you, and get in touch with you personally to walk you through the available options.

You can pick a diamond from this selection, or ask for more certificates, or change your range. Our diamond experts are dedicated to you personally and work with you to find the perfect diamond and make the process as easy as possible. Once you’re ready, you can visit our offices in New York or Hong Kong, or meet our agents anywhere else in the world to see your loose diamond selection in person.

When you pick the perfect diamond, and agree on the diamond price, you’ll work together with the jewelers to have the jewelry made just as you like it. And with that, you’ve bought a loose diamond straight from the source, made your own unique jewelry, and all for the best possible wholesale diamond price – saving you 50-70% off retail prices.

Hazel Gordon

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