Quality Variations Chart

How to perform price comparisons of diamonds? How is diamond price determined....

How diamond cost and sales prices are calculated? You will find here. Diamond prices are set by quality factors.
Find all possible combinations of GIA and HRD criteria influencing the value.
Your universal guide to set the price.
Determine the exact value by quality variations and different factors!
Quality can vary from minus 60% to Premiums of + 50% Know the difference between buying and selling prices: 30 to 40%
Get instant result of the real value of natural, untreated, unearthed diamonds by this quality chema.

Transparency in diamond quality according to, by far, over one million diamond quality differences and failures in Cut, Polish, Symmetry, Finish Grade, Color, Fluorescence, Girdle Thickness and Clarity.

Adjust the quality by grading in addition to the Rapaport standard.
The missing link on average wholesale prices completed. Differences in quality clearly explained.

Consider the girdle thickness as an additional important quality variation. With a very thin girdle the diamond can easily break!
Avoid buying diamonds with very thin girdle thickness.
Source: Antwerp World Diamond Centre

The factors that make diamonds more or less expensive in price. Read more about the 8C’s:

+ 50% for EX EX EX H&A Super Ideal Cut and FL Flawless
only a few in the world market

+ 7% for Nil Fluorescence in addition to all other quality factors

+ 29% for EX EX EX, Hearts & Arrows Super Ideal Cut
Extremely Rare

+ 25% for Triple Excellent Cut Very Very Rare

– 30% for Unusual and Fancy Cut

+ 12% for Mixed Excellent, Very Good Cut Very Rare

+ 10% for Triple Very Good Cut Rare

+ 0% for Mixed Very Good and Good Cut

– 20% for good Cut

– 25% for Mixed Good and Fair cut

– 50% for Fair Cut

– 60% for poor Cut

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