Loose Diamonds Search Engine & Diamond Prices Index
Welcome to the Diamond Search EngineTM, the most comprehensive resource available online aggregating over 1 million certified loose diamonds from reputable dealers around the world. Updated daily, our search tool provides ease of use and an unmatched selection to choose from. Search diamond prices, compare inventory and save your selections in your personal comparison list. If you are just starting your search for that perfect diamond, the education section provides articles and videos about the "4 C's", shapes of diamonds and an in depth disection of grading reports. Once you have narrowed down your search to the quality that fits your needs, you can consult the Diamond Prices IndexTM which tracks diamond pricing on a weekly basis identifying trends in a fast moving market that changes rapidly.
Browse our searchable database of
diamond prices from leading online jewelers. The loose diamonds
search engine provides the opportunity to compare diamond prices
from multiple sources with one easy search and to save those
results in a personal comparison list which can be emailed to
and viewed by anyone you choose.
exclusive DiamondButler™ program searches our database
each day to find the absolute best price on diamonds in each
of the categories below. The DiamondButler shows you the shape, carat weight,
cut grade, certification, color and clarity of the diamond category searched
as well as the highest, average and best price per carat of all the matching
diamonds in that category. It then returns the best priced diamond's total price
and the jeweler who is selling that diamond.
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The beauty of a diamond resides not only in a favorable body
color, but more importantly in its optical properties
Most commercially available diamonds are classified by color,
or more appropriately, the lack of color
Clarity The clarity of a diamond is determined by the number,
location and type of inclusions it contains
Weight The weight of diamonds, and all other gemstones, is measured
Width Table width is quoted as a percentage of the average width
of the diamond's girdle
Depth The total depth percentage is greatly responsible for
the amount of brilliance that a diamond will display
Pavilion The pavilion is the bottom portion of the diamond
Culet The point on the bottom of a diamond's pavilion is called
Fluorescence Roughly one third of diamonds available in the market
Symmetry Symmetry is graded as Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair
or Poor on a GIA report
Polish Polish is graded the same way as symmetry: Excellent,
Very Good, Good, Fair or Poor on a GIA report
Updated March 3, 2014 - Next update March 10, 2014
The main focus of this site
is pricing trends by online diamond merchants. Online jewelers
base their prices on a well trusted source in the industry,
which updates prices every week for round loose diamonds and
for other fancy shapes.
The diamond pricing in this report is published
for jewelers, diamond wholesalers and diamond retailers only,
and is not intened to be shared with the general public. We
are not allowed to publish the specific contents of this price
list, but we can show you what the overall pricing trend is
for the industry as a whole on a week to week basis, so you
can pick the best time to buy.