One of the prestigious and tricky trades in the world is that of diamonds. As the amount involved is very high, there are many nuances in this trade. Antique jewels made with diamonds or even raw uncut diamonds to the latest designed diamond jewels are in demand and hence variety is also a factor for the dealers.
The dealer dealing with the finest diamonds has to ensure exception quality, the cut, undertone and accuracy of baggy diamonds. They have to be estimated, placed on a regulated and associated by assort of report from either GIA, AGSL, autarchic jewel assessing workshop with the most grading scales.
On the quality front, the dealer has to ensure that the products are of extremely good quality on the following aspects.
- The most important is the CUT because it has the greatest influence on a diamond’s sparkle. The CUTs are categorized into ideal, very good or good cut.
- The next important factor is the color where generally it is said that the diamond is colorless. Colorless diamonds are considered to be higher grade diamonds.
- The absence of tiny imperfections can be seen only through a microscope.
- Carat refers to the diamond’s total weight not the size.
- Each fancy shape has different attributes that affect the price and quality range and incredible brilliance. Normally round diamonds carry a high price. Princess diamond is a non-rounded diamond but it has a unique cut which is mostly preferred for gifts or for engagement purposes.
- Also ensure that the diamonds are conflict free before taking it to the sales as people highly focus on it. There are many myths about diamonds and they are still believed.
- Your certificate for the diamonds makes it as a prior one for the people who expects it.
- If the dealer wants to sell loose diamonds all the rules and regulations might differ.