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Buying a diamond can be a frustrating experience. Making a wise and informed decision is important, but not easy. Diamond World would like to be your guide in the World of Diamonds.

When purchasing a diamond, you must have honest answers to two important questions:

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What is the true quality and value of the diamond being considered?
Is the color,cut and clarity of the diamond accurately described by the seller?

-Is the diamond fairly priced?
Given the size, quality and beauty of the diamond, does its price represent a good value?

Finding the right diamond takes time as you visit numerous retail jewelers, alleged "wholesalers" and Internet sellers. And, then you are faced with choosing one of the many diamonds you have seen without being able to compare them side-by-side. No wonder buying a diamond can be frustrating!

To help consumers face this challenge, we offer an important service, the Diamond Broker. Since we work only with members of the Antwerp Diamond Bourse we have access to all major manufacturers and wholesalers. When a client hires us to act as their diamond expert, it becomes our responsibility to help them acquire the best diamond that meets their budget and quality criteria. The advantages of hiring us as your diamond broker are three-fold: lower cost, higher quality and time saved.

Lower Cost: By acting as your diamond broker we help you buy a diamond in the wholesale market directly from a diamond cutter or wholesaler. Thus, your cost for the diamond will often be significantly lower than if you bought it in the retail market.
For example, the wholesale cost of a 1 carat round brilliant diamond with VS2 clarity, G color and good proportions is approximately $5,000. If we brokered this diamond for you, your total cost (the wholesale cost plus our brokering fee) would be $6,250. This is significantly below the typical cost in a retail store where the diamond may cost you any where from $9,000 to $10,500. (Note, diamonds with lesser cutting, clarity and color grades may cost less.) All prices we qoute are tax-free for export outside the EU.

Higher Quality: A qualified diamond broker is an expert in the grading and evaluation of diamonds. As expert gemologists (i.e., diamond experts), we assure that the diamond you buy is accurately graded and fairly described. Above this, we only consider diamonds which come with the official certificates of the Diamond High Council (HRD) or the International Gemmological Institute (IGI). Thus, you don't have to worry about whether the seller has misrepresented or adulterated the diamonds you consider.

Time Saved: At Diamond World when we do our work as a diamond broker for a client we locate on the Antwerp Diamond Market the 2 or 3 best diamonds that meet the client's criteria. We examinate the diamonds and select the one that you like the most. This saves you the time and frustration of "shopping around" and mentally trying to compare diamonds from different sources.

Obviously on our Diamond Broker service are no strings attached. If we do not find a diamond you like there's no brokering fee.

Why would you buy a diamond from a Diamond Broker who's operating in Antwerp?
Click here to read more about the Antwerp Diamond Market.

special diamond requestIf you did not find your loose diamonds in our weekly updated Diamond Stock List, please fill in the 'Special Request Form' here and we will contact you within 12-24 hours to take the first step in tracking down your favorite certified Antwerp loose diamonds.

 

 
 
  
  
   

Diamond World offers Designer Engagement Rings, Loose Diamonds, Handmade Jewelry, Diamond Rings, Wedding Bands, Engagement Rings, Diamond Bracelets, and Diamond Earrings.

NOTE: On January 1, 2003 many countries around the world have 'Kimberley Process' established by world governments and the diamond industry to eradicate the trade in conflict diamonds. All the diamonds used in our engagement rings, earrings and jewelry are purchased form legitimate sources in compliance with the United Nations resolution. We do not and will not ever sell conflict diamonds.