Kamis, 18 April 2013

Classification of diamonds and buying guide

These diamond is the best friend of a girl, but these friends are quite expensive and their worth is judged by a classification report. Many people just go buy this precious stone, without seeing the report. Now a classification relationship of course clarifies that the gem is genuine, but explains a lot more about the stone. Tells you about the quality, beauty and price of the stone. Some reports also classification share a history of stone, which adds additional value. This story is also very useful to verify the claims of the seller. Another important reason to have a classification report is for insurance purposes. If you misplace your gem, that had a story connected to it or came from a Royal family, we would like to see is replaced by one that is of equal quality.

If you go a diamond that weighs less than 1 carat, so shouldn’t be very expensive and often not categorized either. Although, if the diamond is 1 Carat or more, be sure to always ask a classification report. It is also advisable to also get the stone removed from his position and have a report done by a renowned lab, before buying it. None of the reputable laboratories to do a report on a previously mounted diamond. GIA/Gem trade laboratory in us do most of these reports. Also a classification report would help to decide between several stones, are you able to understand the differences that make each factor. Although, if a stone seems more beautiful to you than the others, you can use the report as a bargaining tool and get what you want at a fair price.

Reading the correct relationship is an important factor in the purchase of diamonds, but if you can do this, then you can do some very expensive mistakes. A mistake that many people make when judging the quality of a diamond from the report is that they see only two factors, color and sharpness. These two factors alone may not help you make a sound decision, but it can be done to take an expensive. Another common problem is that people seem to neglect the condition of diamond, after it was reported. If the jewel is not in the same condition as stated on the relationship that you can get the price down, that would be to your advantage.

Reading the report is not a very difficult task. First, you should check the date of this report and see if the relationship actually belongs to the diamond, you chose. Also if the diamond wear experiences after the report, then it is not of the same value as mentioned. You want to also check the name of the report and if there is a well known, so it is best controlled by GIA as well. Once you’ve checked all for authenticity, you can proceed with the purchase of diamonds, no worries.

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