Cash for Diamonds
Get the most for your diamonds.
What We Pay
0.51ct - 0.70ct
up to $600
0.71ct - 0.90ct
up to $900
0.91ct - 1.00ct
up to $1,200
1.01ct - 1.50ct
up to $2,500
1.01ct - 1.50ct
up to $6,000
2.01ct - 2.50ct
up to $12,000
We pay the most cash for your diamond jewellery.
How It Works
We test the carat and clarity of your diamond.
We provide a quotation valid for the day.
Choose whether to SELL or LOAN your diamond.
Receive your money on the spot.
The 4 Cs of a Diamond
A carat is a unit of measurement, it’s the unit used to weigh a diamond. One carat is equal to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 grams.
When speaking of a diamond’s colour, it is usually referred to the presence or absence of colour in white diamonds. Colour is a result of the composition of the diamond, and it never changes over time.
Colourless diamonds allow more light to pass through it than a coloured diamond, therefore colourless diamonds emit more sparkle and fire. The formation process of a diamond ensures that only a few, rare diamonds are truly colourless. Thus the whiter a diamond’s colour, the greater its value.
When we speak of a diamond’s clarity, we are referring to the presence of identifying characteristics on (blemishes) and within (inclusions) the stone. If you think about the incredible amount of pressure it takes to create a natural diamond, it’s no surprise that most diamonds have flaws.
There are two types of flaws: inclusions and blemishes. Inclusions refer to internal flaws and blemishes refer to surface flaws. Inclusions include flaws such as air bubbles, cracks, and non-diamond minerals found in the diamond. Blemishes include scratches, pits, and chips. Some blemishes occur during the cutting processes . Diamonds with no or few inclusions and blemishes are more highly valued than those with less clarity because they are rarer.
The cut of a diamond relates to the symmetry, polish and brilliance of the diamond. The ratio of depth and width of the diamond cut are key factors that determine how well light refracts off the surface of the diamond. If the diamond is cut too shallow or deep the light either escapes from the bottom or is trapped inside. The ideal diamond will refract light out through the top to give off a sparkle.