A lot of my customers put great emphasis on the diamond grading report or certificate. I fully understand and appreciate that. With online-sales at an all-time high many people are buying simply based on a diamond certificate through one of the many e-commerce websites. But there are many mistakes that can be made. And you can easily end up with a lesser quality diamond than you thought. No matter how much research you commit to your diamond hunt you are about to make mistakes that cost you money and will get you an inferior diamond.
Marcus Grodd, former contestant of Bachelor in Paradise, just proposed to his now-fiancee Ally Lutar with a custom made engagement ring from Diamond Net.
Give it a try! Found a stone online? Send me the link or GIA certificate number. I will research the diamond for you and offer you a better price on the very same stone you want.
Everything about a diamond affects its price and effects its beauty. Therefore, you want to be able to look at the diamond from all angles in order to examine its true qualities. At Diamond Net we are able to show you numerous diamonds of varying quality under the proper light conditions. This will enable you to compare and make a better choice.
Letters and numbers on a certificate alone can't give you a full understanding of a diamond’s clarity. They can even be misleading. In order to fully appreciate the clarity of a diamond you have to look at it in person. And there you will see that some SI1s are cleaner than VS2s, cost less, and are better diamonds. Let me explain...
If you are reading this, then most likely you are currently shopping for a diamond or an engagement ring in Vancouver. Where do you go to get the best deal and quality? I will try and help you get a better idea of how the diamond and jewellery industry is organized here in Vancouver.
It is true that since the introduction of the Kimberly Process in 2003 all mined diamonds have to be accompanied by a certificate of origin indicating the actual location they were mined at. And by and large this does work. The problem is, however, that once the diamonds are polished and parceled by size and quality tracing the individual diamond’s origin is no longer possible.