Looking for a Cheap Diamond?
Okay, let me rephrase that: a low-priced, inexpensive diamond?
I mean, like around 2 grand or less?
Well, when you’re looking for large diamonds (and 1.00 carats are considered large), for just a couple of thousand, you’re going to have to sacrifice quality. Things like: color, symmetry, clarity, cut, polish, fluorescence, even certification (a.k.a. diamond report)…
And for the most part, the color will be low as well (like K color or less… faint yellow stones).
And the cut will be off likewise!
Most diamonds of this price range will have an average cut (graded “Good“) or lower (Fair, Poor), and possibly even grades of fluorescence: Faint, Medium, Strong.
But some diamonds aren’t all that bad.
Some stones have decent clarity (SI1). Some, if you look hard enough, have a “fine white” color (G-H). And some diamonds even have “excellent” polish or symmetry.
It’s a give or take with the 4C’s.
Plus, one thing that really drives the price down is the shape of the stone. Round Brilliant cut stones demand higher prices. But if you look into other fancy cuts, like Pear, Princess, Oval, Cushion, Marquise… They’ll be cheaper no matter what!
Just like these diamonds shown below. All the cheapest of their shapes (for 1 carat diamonds or larger).
Take a peek at these Cheap Diamonds:
All for just $1,490!
That’s an insanely low price for 1 carat diamonds of ANY quality!
But diamonds of this dollar amount will SELL FAST! Probably before I can even post about them… (prices were good at the time of this post).
See them all here:
- Cheap Round Brilliant Cut Diamond
- Cheap Princess Cut Diamond
- Cheap Cushion Cut Diamond
- Cheap Emerald Cut Diamond
- Cheap Oval Cut Diamond
- Cheap Radiant Cut Diamond
- Cheap Marquise Cut Diamond
- Cheap Asscher Cut Diamond
- Cheap Heart Cut Diamond
- Cheap Pear Cut Diamond
See MORE cheap 1 carat diamonds HERE at James Allen (just select which shape you’d like to see – sorted lowest price first).
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Author Richard Scott. Certified Diamontologist and Gemologist. 30 years of experience.
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