Shopping and comparing diamonds, both loose and mounted, is easy when you have the right tools.
That’s why I created this free PDF printable checklist.
I call it the diamond buying checklist.
It’s exactly what it sounds like. A handy buying checklist that makes buying a diamond a breeze.
Simply take this checklist with you to the jewelry store. Fill out as much information as you can. Use it to easily compare quality and prices.
This checklist contains all the useful information needed to make a great buying decision.
This checklist contains things like:
Certification, laser-inscription, cut, color, clarity and carat weight. Not to mention: symmetry, polish, girdle, culet, fluorescence, MM measurements, trade-ins, retail prices and sales prices.
This is what the PDF looks like:
As you can see the list is detailed and contains a lot of information.
What’s on the Checklist:
- Jewelry Store
- Phone Number
- Diamond Shape
- Color Grade
- Clarity Grade
- Carat Weight
- Cut Grade
- Symmetry Grade
- Polish Grade
- Laser Inscription
- MM Measurements
- Diamond Warranty
- Service Plan
- Trade-In Policy
- Return Policy
- Financing Options
- Special Terms
- Down Payment
- Diamond Weight
This checklist should help you look at different diamonds side by side. I would advise printing out a bunch of copies so you have extras if you need them.
Download the printable PDF file here: Diamond Buying Checklist
See an example of how to use this checklist: diamond buying checklist.
If you find any of these terms confusing, you may want to consider buying my diamond crash course ebook first. It goes over everything step by step and really shows you what you need to understand when shopping for diamonds. It also helps you save money at the same time.
This diamond buying checklist, along with my Diamond Crash Course ebook will help you buy a diamond the right way. It’s a great combo. Enjoy them both.
If this list helps you buy a great diamond, let me know.
I’d love to hear about it.
And if you can make this list any better or have suggestions, I’d love to hear those too.