If you have a diamond bracelet to sell, there are several factors that will determine the value. The price of your diamond bracelet will usually be based on the gold or platinum weight, and the wholesale value of the diamonds.
Most diamond bracelets weigh between 10 and 20 grams unless your bracelet is particularly wide and heavy, or very light and delicate. This translates into a couple hundred dollars worth of metal.
Next the total carat of diamonds will be considered. Many diamond bracelets use small, low grade diamonds. These stones only have a wholesale value of around $30 to $75 per carat. However, if your bracelet has larger, or higher quality diamonds, they can be worth anywhere from $100 to $500 per carat!
Also, if your bracelet has a unique and spectacular design, there is a chance I may be able to pay you a premium as well.
If your bracelet is antique, made out of platinum, with ornate filigree design, it will be priced as a piece, rather than simply calculated based on metal and wholesale diamond value and could be worth much more!
Please contact Mike for more details. You can use our contact form below, or call me at (773) 490-9828 and he will be glad to discuss your diamond engagement ring, and come up with an estimated value!
The best choice would be to find a local Diamond buyer. Some web-based Cash for Diamond companies have been exposed as paying as little as 5% of the actual diamond's value. Plus you have to send your jewlry away without knowing what they will pay and if they are being honest.
When you sell Diamond locally, you can request that the buyer weighs your items in front of you, and you can get his offer without being required to sell.
By following this simple guide, you can be sure you will receive a fair price for all diamond jewelry!