How much are diamonds going for?

Asked By: Colt Ratke
Date created: Thu, Jan 7, 2021 7:03 PM
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Members of the RapNet network have access to more than 1,000,000 diamonds of any shape, clarity, size, and color. For the diamond seller, RapNet offers a platform to source and sell diamonds. The membership for RapNet is $660 annually. The RapNet Asking Price List:
Answered By: Chet Moen
Date created: Sun, Jan 10, 2021 6:03 AM
A 2-carat diamond can cost as low as $7,000 and as high as over $60,000. The price depends on factors like diamond shape, color, clarity, and cut. A good value, good quality 2 carat diamond should cost you around $16,000 - $21,000. Here is a price chart based on an ideal cut, round 2-carat diamond:
Answered By: Florian Crona
Date created: Sun, Jan 10, 2021 7:45 AM
The price-per-carat increases with bigger and rarer diamonds. For example, a 0.5-carat diamond may cost $2,500 per carat. So the total cost of the diamond will be $1,250 (0.5 x $2,500). A 2-carat diamond may cost $9,000 per carat. The total cost of that diamond will be $18,000 (2 x $9,000).
Answered By: Cale Yost
Date created: Mon, Jan 11, 2021 4:30 PM
The premium is not that high and we LOVE diamonds that sparkle! The bottom line – a 1 carat round D Flawless diamond would cost $12,500 - $15,000. And a 1 carat round diamond like the one I recommend, A G color, SI1 Clarity and Excellent cut would cost $6,000. (and a cushion cut about $3,500) Easy savings! What is the Diamond Price Chart?
Answered By: Laury Cole
Date created: Mon, Jan 11, 2021 10:59 PM
For example, the cost of a one carat diamond can range from just $1,500 to more than $16,000 for an extremely well cut, high quality diamond, while a two carat diamond could cost as little as $6,000 or as much as $80,000 based on its shape, cut, clarity and color grades.
Answered By: Georgette Mills
Date created: Wed, Jan 13, 2021 1:48 PM
This round diamond price chart shows changes in diamond prices over the past few years for different sizes. Note the price dip late 2008 (the economic crisis) and recent stabilization or even rises; diamonds under 4ct never rose as much nor fell as far.
Answered By: Brandy Daniel
Date created: Sat, Jan 16, 2021 7:31 AM
Diamonds price is always calculated on a per carat basis, whether you buy 0.32 carat, 1.27 CT, or 3.04-carat diamond. Let do some math to make it easy. For example, Formula: Diamond Cost = Carat Weight * Price Per Carat. Price for 0.32 carat is 850$ per carat, 1.27 carat is 1800$ per carat & price for 3.04 carat is 4100$ per carat which means :
Answered By: Russ Lebsack
Date created: Sun, Jan 17, 2021 12:53 AM
How Much Are Diamonds Really Worth? Many people might be surprised to see diamond prices fall. For years, we’ve been told that these gemstones are rare and precious. However, clever marketing is actually behind the price of a diamond, rather than inherent value.
Answered By: Gaylord Ratke
Date created: Sun, Jan 17, 2021 11:07 PM
White Pine Diamonds and Worthy offered us $1,000 (22% of the ring’s retail price) and $1,200 (27% of its retail price, after Worthy’s commission was deducted), respectively. In short, the best offer we received for a $4,500 ring was $1,850 — just over 40% of the amount it cost at retail.
Answered By: Tommie West
Date created: Tue, Jan 19, 2021 8:50 PM
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Chrysocolla Information. Monoclinic. Crystals are microscopic, in aggregates; cryptocrystalline, opalline. Blue, green, and blue-green in various shades. Mixed with matrix of quartz and oxides of Cu, Fe, and Mn, adding brown and black colors. Vitreous (if silicified), waxy, dull. 2 - 4 (as high as 7 if heavily silicified, or inclusions in quartz).
Amazonite Value, Price, and Jewelry Information. A nine-tailed fox from Chinese mythology, carved from amazonite, 9” x 4”. Photo courtesy of and Saxon Minerals, LLC. A green to blue-green variety of microcline, amazonite makes a wonderful gemstone for cabbing and carving.
Sugilite is available in fairly large sizes. Gems over ten carats are common and receive no additional value per carat. Translucent sugilite isn ’t yet available in sufficient quantities for market values to be established. “Metal & stone (precious & semi-precious) 28,” silver, sugilite, and bronze. Photo by Eric Golub.
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Lapis lazuli value is determined almost exclusively by color. A deep, intense, blue with violet tones would be at the apex. Fine grained, uniform specimens can attain a smooth, highly polished surface not seen in lower grades. Lapis Lazuli, Afghanistan (solid blue), Chile (mottled), cabochons 5 to 25 carats.
Hauyne, hauynite, haüynite. Colors Blue; also white, shades of gray, green, yellow, red, and pink. Hardness 5.5-6 Fracture Conchoidal to uneven Cleavage Distinct 1 direction Formula (Na,Ca) 4-8 (AI 6 Si 6)O 24 (SO 4 S) 1 -2: Crystallography Isometric.
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