If you have a diamond necklace for sale, the price will be determined based on the quantity, size and quality of the diamonds.
A pendant with just one large single diamond, especially in a higher quality will have the most value. If you know the carat weight and quality of the diamond, please call or text me for a ballpark price estimated.
If you are selling a diamond tennis necklace (with diamonds all the way around the chain) the value will be based on the weight of the metal, and the wholesale value of the small diamonds. Basic quality level diamonds will be anywhere from $30 per carat up to $100 per carat. But very high grade diamonds can bring as much as $500 per carat!
If your diamond pendant is a three stone pendant, heart shape, journey style (stones go from small to large in a squiggle shape) or some other design with a series of small diamonds, the value will be much lower. This is because the wholesale value on small diamonds is much lower than that of a single larger diamond.
However, if your diamond pendant is particular spectacular, meaning larger, with very high grade diamonds, or made by a top designer such as Tiffany & Co, it will be worth much more! I am also able to pay a premium for beautiful antique platinum and diamond pendants and necklaces.
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!