Loose Diamonds

  1. The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Loose Diamond: Tips and Tricks

    The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Loose Diamond: Tips and Tricks
    When you typically buy a diamond, it is in a piece of jewelry. The diamond selection has been taken care of by the designer who created the piece.  If you, however, want to design your own piece of jewelry containing a diamond, you'll need to buy a loose diamond which is a whole different ball game.  Loose diamonds are very...
  2. Radiant Cut Diamond Guide

    Radiant Cut Diamond Guide
    Buying a Radiant Cut Diamond Who doesn't love diamonds? Ever since the 11th Century when a diamond first adorned a Hungarian queen's crown, diamonds have been a girl's best friend. Whether it's a solitaire set in rose gold, drop earrings, or a three-stone ring in yellow gold, the brilliance of diamonds makes them a delight to wear.  When it comes...
  3. A Step-By-Step Guide to Buying Loose Diamonds

    When you shop for a loose diamond, you have thousands upon thousands of diamonds to choose from. Having so many options is wonderful for you as a consumer, since it allows you to find a diamond that perfectly fits what you’re looking for in terms of aesthetic, quality, and price. Then, on the other hand, having so many options can...
  4. A Practical Guide to the 4Cs of Diamonds

    A Practical Guide to the 4Cs of Diamonds
    Shopping for a loose diamond can sometimes feel overwhelming. It can be challenging to sort through your different options, especially if you’re unsure of what you’re looking for in a diamond. However, shopping for a diamond doesn’t have to be stressful. If you gain some basic diamond education, you can shop for a diamond with confidence, and even have fun...
  5. Buying Loose Diamonds

    For one, look for loose diamonds that are GIA-certified. This will ensure they have been examined, graded and you will be provided with paperwork on the loose stones.

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