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Diamonds: Our Guide to buying Loose Wholesale Diamonds Dallas.
This is a live example of how Jewelry Exchange Dallas shows a video of the actual Diamond or an image and the corresponding GIA Report for that Diamond. Buy this particular Diamond from us for $1,226,176.00 after all it is 8.33 Carat from Jewelry Exchange Dallas NOW.
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Selecting a Quality Diamond While at Jewelry Exchange Dallas – Loose Wholesale Diamonds:
The Four C’s
The “4 C’s:” cut, color, clarity, and carat weight which is especially relevant because these 4 factors determine the quality and cost of the diamond.
Cut: The cut is determined by a diamond cutter such as Jewelry Exchange Dallas who sell diamonds direct to the public. Cut refers the angles and proportions of the stone not the shape as a result of a Diamond that has been cut well it reflects light from one facet to another and projects the light through the top of the stone. The better the Diamond is cut the more it sparkles much as Diamonds that are cut too deep or too shallow leak light through the bottom or the side of the stone, resulting in a lackluster appearance. The cut is the most important of all the 4 C’s. You will not have a fiery brilliance with a bad cut while your fiancé shows off to her engagement ring to her friends. Consequently she will move her hand this way and that to catch the light. Beware the cut.
Color: D – Z Diamonds come in a variety of colors consequently Diamond color is graded on a scale that ranges from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow). Colorless diamonds are the most rare and most expensive. White color diamonds are the most popular. Diamond color is all about preference.
Clarity: FL – SI2 The fewer imperfections (inclusions) a diamond has, the more clear. Consequently the more expensive it is. What is an Inclusion? Inclusions are other minerals or tiny fractures in the diamond. Clarity is measured on a scale FL to SI2. Although SI1 and SI2 are slightly included you won’t be able to see the imperfection with the naked eye. Avoid diamonds with inclusions on the top and in the middle since this can impact the dispersion of light, making it less brilliant.
Carat Weight: Carat refers to the weight of a diamond. Hence the heavier the stone, the more you’re going to pay. However, there’s no need to get to caught up on the carat weight because through proper mounting and shaping, a master jeweler can make a diamond appear larger than its carat weight might suggest.
How to read a GIA Diamond Grading Report
It’s great to have a GIA report but how do you read it? Educate yourself with this video on how to do it. Ttalk to a diamond cutter who can identify the subtle differences when comparing different diamonds.
Video of how to read the GIA report:
Selecting the Diamond Shape While at Jewelry Exchange Dallas – Loose Wholesale Diamonds:
- Princess (Square)
Be sure to be vigilant when taking your loved one shopping. Notice what shapes she chooses at Jewelry Exchange Dallas. Consequently look at her other ring shapes, pictures, Pinterest, etc.
Choose the Setting While at Jewelry Exchange Dallas – Loose Wholesale Diamonds:
The Engagement Rings “setting” describes the way in which the diamond is placed on the ring. This is a very personal choice so be vigilant once again as to how crowded she likes things.
Tiffany setting introduced by Tiffany.
Eternity band because the Diamonds go all around the band.
Bezel setting has a metal rim that encircles the sides of the stone and extends slightly above it good for the active person.
Channel setting due to Diamonds are placed into a metal channel.
Pave’ (pronounced Pa Vay) Has lots of diamonds placed close together.
Diamond Grading Institutions:
The best grade usually comes from GIA Gemological Institute Of America. We sell different graded Diamonds from each of these fine institutions so the choice is your.
Trade Up Program
You will receives a full credit for your Diamond when she trades it up for a higher priced Diamond in our active inventory. The Diamond must be in original condition as when sold by Jewelry Exchange Dallas.
We sell diamonds ethically and with integrity. Consequently giving you confidence in the diamonds you purchase. We believe it is completely unacceptable to tolerate conflict diamonds and or human suffering in any way. Therefore we fully support the Kimberley process. Jewelry Exchange Dallas offers this commitment to you our loyal customers who insist on integrity and transparency.
Blood diamonds still exist, and the industry as a whole is still beset by problems over conflict, smuggling and child labor. If you’re in the market for an engagement or wedding ring buying from Jewelry Exchange Dallas in one sure way of avoiding these atrocities.