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    November 10, 2015

    Selling Your Loose Diamonds?

    If you have loose diamonds socked away in a jewelry box or safe, you certainly know that you have something of value on your hands. However, you may be putting off making that sale because you think the process will be overwhelming. Just remember, you are certainly not the first person to be in this position! Here are three things others who sold their diamonds before wish they had known before they began the sales process.

    You Need to Know What You Have

    Every diamond is not the same. Two stones of the same size can have drastically different values depending on their cut, clarity, shape, grade, and quality. Having your diamond appraised by an expert is an excellent first step. A detailed appraisal will give you a better idea of what the value of your diamond is—though the price someone will pay for the diamond may not be the same as the “true value.”

    Selling it Yourself Can be a Challenge

    Many sellers who sold diamonds through online classified ads or online auction sites found that this process is quite cumbersome. Not only did they have to deal with buyers who were expecting rock bottom low prices, but they also had to answer endless questions and perhaps found themselves with a problem if the buyer wanted a refund after the sale. It is very easy to become the victim of fraud from an unscrupulous buyer, which is unfortunate. These sales sites are not always the best choice for high dollar products like loose diamonds.

    Working with a Loose Diamonds Buyer is Smart

    On the other hand, many people who sold loose diamonds felt that if they had simply taken their diamonds to a loose diamonds buyer, they would have had a smoother transaction—and they may have even gotten a higher price for their product. If you work with a well-respected company, you will get a fair price, and there will be little effort involved in selling your loose diamonds. It never hurts to check with a jewelry buyer to find out what his or her offer would be. You are never under any obligation to sell.

    Don’t struggle with selling your diamonds or other high-end jewelry products alone, or even worse put off selling something that could help you improve your financial picture! Call or contact us at Roy Herzl Inc. to learn more about how you can sell your loose diamonds in the simplest way possible to diamond experts that will help you get top dollar. We look forward to working with you!


    We are interested in all kinds of precious jewelry, particularly diamonds of a carat or more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.

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