Want to Save Thousands on a Diamond Engagement Ring?
Would you love to literally pay $3000 LESS for a Diamond and NOT lose any Quality?
Seriously! You CAN!
All you need to know is this Little Secret: Round Diamonds Cost MORE!
A normal 1.00 Carat Round Brilliant Cut Diamond of VS2 Clarity and G Color (High Clarity and Color), with an Excellent Cut, Excellent Polish, Excellent Symmetry, and with No Fluorescence and also GIA Certified will run you on average of $8,100.
But, the exact same quality in a Fancy Cut Diamond can run you as low as $4,800.
You SAVE $3,370!!!
What is a Fancy Cut Diamond? A Fancy Cut is basically any Cut of Diamond other than the Round Brilliant Cut.
Fancy Cuts are: Pear Cut, Marquise Cut, Square Cut, Princess Cut, Oval Cut, Heart Cut, Cushion Cut, Emerald Cut, and the Radiant Cut. All these Cuts of Diamond are Cheaper Cuts!
Don’t believe me?
Take a look:
(Prices from James Allen Diamond Search as of the date of this post!)
|CARAT WT, CLARITY, COLOR, CUT, CERT, SHAPE||PRICE||VIEW|
|1.00, VS2, G, IDEAL, GIA, ROUND||$8,180||VIEW|
|1.00, VS2, G, IDEAL, GIA, PRINCESS||$5,470||VIEW|
|1.03, VS2, G, IDEAL, GIA, EMERALD||$5,070||VIEW|
|1.01, VS2, G, IDEAL, GIA, SQUARE||$5,050||VIEW|
|1.02, VS2, G, IDEAL, GIA, CUSHION||$4,810||VIEW|
As you can see, all it takes is to move into a Fancy Shape and the price tag will drop. Not many people know this.
The Round Diamond is Classic, Elegant and the most popular Cut of Diamond there is. This is also why it commands such a premium price.
So if you want to save some money, Change your Shape!
P.S. Princess Cut Diamonds are just as Brilliant as a Round Diamond, and they also look much Bigger as well! :)
You Sacrifice Nothing!
$3,000 is a lot of Money to Pocket.
It’s as easy as that!
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Author Richard Scott. Certified Diamontologist and Gemologist. 30 years of experience.
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