Everyone who is selling a diamond or a piece of diamond jewelry have a goal of getting the highest value they possibly can for their pieces. However for this to happen, it is important to work with a highly esteemed company who specializes in diamonds and works within the diamond market on a daily basis.

Figuring out which diamond buyers are actually qualified to sell your diamond to can be a complicated task if you do not know what to look for.

How to set a value for your diamond before selling it.

Your diamond's quality and price will be determined by a set of four conditions known as the four C's: cut, clarity, color, and carat. Therefore For a one to set the right value of his/her diamond it is expedient to know the carat weight, color, clarity and cut of the diamond under consideration.

Once these characteristics are known, the value of the diamond or diamond jewelry can be obtained. However, if the business or the diamond buyer you are working with is unable to accurately grade the diamond, they are unable to accurately assign a value to it. 

Also you should work had and ensure your diamond is certified. This may win you good buyers as the certificate adds the reassurance of the diamond's attributes.

There is also a difficulty in is finding a qualified buyer who can accurately grade diamonds, and who know can associate a fair value to your diamond. If such a buyer is found then be sure your diamond will be bought at a fair price if not the best price.

Places where one Can I sell his/her Diamond.

Pawnbrokers and Gold Buyers do buy diamonds as well as precious metal. They are not diamond experts of course, but with a certificated gemstone, there tends to be less room for error. If they have a retail outlet they may be able to sell it, or they could sell it to a diamond recycling company.

a. The Jewelry Retailers may also buy certificated diamonds. They may also offer to put the item into the shop window for you, and when it sells, they will take a commission from the sale.

b. Auction Houses are regularly used to sell antique or ornate second hand jewelry. They have detailed knowledge regarding second hand jewelry and diamonds and can advise on what value the piece may be worth. Should you choose this path, it is worth noting that upon completion of the sale, the Auction House will take a sizable percentage of the sale price and some auction houses even charge just to market the item as well. This can also be a time consuming process, as the diamond will have to be catalogued before it can be sold.

c. Online Diamond Buyers such as WP Diamonds make the process fast, simple, secure and free. Send your Certificate to our expert team now to receive a no obligation initial valuation