While selling a loose diamond can be profitable, it can also be time consuming and tricky. Hence, you need to have some information about the gemstones. Also doing a market research about diamond's current value will provide you valuable insights while selling them.
The next step is getting an appraisal for your diamond. First, You should find a qualified appraiser. Then, he will provide the appraisal report is prepared based on the 4C (carat,clarity, cut, color)'s of your diamond. If you want to get an well-advised appraisal, you can alos get help from the American Society of Appraisers in or to find a qualified appraiser.
Then you should find a buyer, making sure that they have a GIA certified gemologist on their site for an appraisal.
Also you should be aware of the appraisal value and cash offer usually are not the same. Because while an appraisal value is the price of a brand new car, the cash offer is a used car. That's why, do not be surprised if buyer do not make an offer same with the appraisal value of your loose diamond.
Take your time to find a trustworthy buyer of your loose diamond. If you are not sure, do not hesitate taking some time to decide.
Another point to maximize your loose diamond's value is having documents and paperwork such as insurance appraisal or receipt with you. Because all these documents help buyer to have a clear understanding about how your diamond has valued before.
If you have already decided to sell your loose diamond, Unlimitedbuyers.com is the right place for you. We are located at 37 West 47th St. Suite #203 New York, NY 10036. We are open from Monday to Thursday 10am-5:30pm and Friday from 10am-4pm.