Sell Diamond Ring Sydney.
Sell Diamond Ring is a part of the Grace City Jewellers, an online destination for selling diamond jewellery. Our team consists of skilled and trusted diamond ring buyers and exchange unwanted Diamond Rings for cash. We guarantee to take the stress out of trading in your unwanted items. Many of our competitors put their clients through lengthy processes of back-and-forth and often are only thinking of themselves. We put our focus on you however, managing the trading process from beginning to end with open communication and transparency to make certain that you are comfortable with the trade every step of the way. Sell Diamond Ring pride ourselves on ensuring we get you the best possible price for your Diamond Ring.
Our team of professional jewelers will value your ring and guarantee you the maximum return on your unwanted possessions. We understand that there are many different reasons that you might need to trade in your unwanted Diamond Jewellery. We respect your privacy from the initial stages right until the very end. When you work alongside Sell Diamond Ring, our Diamond Ring Buyers will explain to you what your diamond is currently valued at in the market and why it has been given that value.
Our Diamond Ring Buyers factor in the colour, clarity, cut and carat weight when valuing your Diamond Ring. Once you have spoken with our friendly team and made an appointment to see us, you will have your unwanted ring valued at no fee, and walk out with the best value guaranteed. We are the trusted name in the industry, having worked with Diamond Jewellery for over a decade and understanding the needs of our clients from beginning to end. read more
Selling Your Engagement Ring.
Sell Engagement Ring, Sell Diamond Ring are trained Engagement Ring Buyers, having worked with Diamond as well as Gold Jewellery for over a decade in the industry. We understand that there are a number of reasons that you may need to sell your unwanted engagement ring, and operate privately, ensuring that you feel completely comfortable throughout the entire process.
Our team of trusted buyers are just a phone call away at any time to offer advice, answer any questions you may have regarding the selling of your engagement ring, and can assist you in setting up an appointment to discuss your options for selling your ring. We understand that engagement rings can carry emotional attachment and that it may be a difficult decision to make, this is why our family run business can talk you through everything from start to finish, alleviating any stress or concerns you might have.
We understand the market, and will value your engagement ring to ensure that you receive the best possible price for your unwanted diamond ring. Our expert team are the most trusted in the industry, and work directly with you. Many other Engagement Ring Buyers operate using third parties, meaning that most of the value of the ring goes to each person involved in the selling process. Our small team means we alleviate any of those extra processes, so you get the money that you deserve in cash on the spot, without any delays or hidden fees.
With years of experience in the industry, and a trusted, family run team, we can guide you through the process of selling your engagement ring, and are always there for round-the-clock support. read more
Sell My Diamond Jewellery.
Sell Diamond Jewellery. Selling Diamond Jewellery is fast becoming one of the easiest ways to trade in your unwanted jewels for instant cash. Our team of Diamond Jewellery Buyers will buy your unwanted Diamond Jewellery in any condition, whether it be almost new, or broken and damaged. Once we have purchased your unwanted jewellery, we melt down the gold and take the diamonds away from their original setting, meaning that damages to the jewellery or broken pieces are still of very high value to us, and you will receive the best return on your jewels. With more than a decade experience in the Diamond Jewellery industry, our team of buyers will guarantee you the best possible price on your unwanted Diamond Jewellery.
We buy everything from broken jewellery, unwanted and damaged rings, to old heirlooms and unwanted gifts. Old jewels that have been sitting around collecting dust in the back of your cupboard could be very high in value, once you make contact with us we will set up an appointment for you with one of our Diamond Jewellery Buyers who will value your pieces on the spot, meaning you can leave our store with unwanted cash for your jewels!
Our friendly, family-run team will work directly with you and respect your privacy during every step of the selling process. We want to ensure maximum comfort and transparency for you and will answer any question you may have throughout the selling of your Diamond Jewellery. Your expert valuer will explain everything in detail during your appointment surrounding the market value of your piece, assisting you in getting the best price on your unwanted jewellery, the most simple and comfortable way possible. read more
We buy diamond rings 1 Carat & above in nearly all shapes and sizes. Top prices paid for your diamond rings.
We buy diamond and engagement rings this is one of our specialties. Top prices paid for your diamonds.
We buy diamond and gold jewellery in nearly all shapes and sizes. Top prices paid for your jewellery.
We buy diamond jewellery old & new in nearly all shapes and sizes. Top prices paid for diamond jewellery.
The 4 C’s of Diamond Value
Clarity, colour, cut and carat weight all play an important role in determining the overall value of a diamond. These factors are considered a universal method in assessing the quality of the stone anywhere in the world. Below is a look into what each of them mean for your diamond.
Clarity refers to the overall condition of the diamond, given its origin beneath the Earth’s surface. Upon the initial stages of diamonds forming, a large degree of heat through volcanic activity is involved, meaning each diamond’s clarity will from unique to the next. Certain factors come into play when assessing the clarity of a precious stone including impurities, natural imperfections, fractures, clouds and crystals beneath the stones surface. Diamonds are assessed visually for clarity and are given a clarity rating based on an industry scale. The scale measures from Flawless (FL) to Heavily Included (I3), and each scale in between.
Diamonds are available in two different colour types, fancy-coloured and cape series. Cape series refers to higher quality diamond stones. Fancy-coloured refers to stones that have taken on hues of blues, purples, reds and pinks. Diamond colours can vary slightly due to minute impurities within the stone, meaning that they are left with subtle coloured tints. Colour grading carried out by diamond specialists is scaled from colourless ‘D’ to saturated ‘Z’, the colourless graded stones being at the top of the list for quality. Each country has its own unique colour grading standards slightly differing from the other, Australia’s colour grading is referred to as Diamond Certification Laboratory of Australia (DCLA).
The cut of the diamond refers to its balance and the fine finish of the stone. The precise shape and positioning of a diamond’s facets determines the stone’s general appearance and value. Each diamond’s proportions can be different, altering the balance of the stone. A finely finished diamond stone is scaled at a higher quality due to its ability to reflect and balance in proportion, enhancing its overall beauty. The origin and weight of a diamond affect the ability for it to be re-cut by a diamond buyer, meaning that its original cut is so important in determining its overall value. A poorly cut diamond will be valued at a much lower price due to the inability for it to be re-cut after purchased by a dealer.
‘Carat’ refers to the weight of a diamond. One carat equals to 0.20grams in weight. Weight being a very important factor in determining a diamond’s value, it is not an important factor when taken by itself, separate to clarity, colour or cut of the stone; weight relies on these other factors to determine the overall quality of the diamond. Evenly weighted diamonds have a higher quality, and therefore selling value than those with an uneven numerical weight. For example, a diamond weighing 1.99 carat will have a lower value than a diamond weighing 2.00 carat. A simple rule to remember when understanding carat weight is that two one-carat stones can vary widely in price when clarity, colour and cut are taken into consideration.
When understanding how quality is determined in valuing diamonds, it is important to remember that each individual factor combines to lend itself to the overall worth of the stone. While each is assessed using different tools, scales and resources; the clarity, colour, cut and carat weight are all of equal importance during the process of valuing a diamond.