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If you wish to buy rough diamonds in order to cut them and resell them cut, there is a risk during the cutting: diamond can break because of a bad handling or an internal stress which would not have been detected. Your investment would then be lost entirely.

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Our rough diamond prices (simulator and lists) can help you for your purchases. You can calculate the puchase price of a rough diamond according to its crystalline shape, its weight,its clarity and its color. Print the sheets of rough diamond prices.For more informations about our rough diamond prices subscription, please click: Rough Diamond Prices.

Analyze the rough diamond in order to determine precisely it's weight after polishing. Rough shape, inclusions, crystallizations deformations, internal stress must be observed attentively before any purchase:

Uncut, also called raw or rough, diamonds are an unpolished and unshaped stone. They can be lab grown but are more often naturally mined and they vary in size. These diamonds are usually less expensive than cut diamonds - but does that mean you should opt for them? Not necessarily.

The sparkly diamonds you see on most engagement rings are cut diamonds. A cut diamond's value is based on the 4 C's: cut, carat, color, and clarity. Cut is the most important factor when determining value.

The most expensive diamonds will have the most flawless cut, the least amount of color, the fewest inclusions, and hopefully be large in size. It's hard to find a diamond that meets all 4 of the C's perfectly, but generally, the closer to perfection, the more expensive.

Rough diamonds don't have any sparkle. But its quality will go on to determine the cost of the finished cut diamond. The price of an uncut diamond is primarily related to its carat (size), clarity, and color.

Carat: Normally, the higher the carat weight, the more it costs. This is assuming that all other qualities are the same. A smaller rough that is clear could cost more than a larger rough that is yellow and has a lot of flaws.

Color: Most colorless (or white) diamonds have natural yellow or brown tints of color in them. The more color a diamond has, the less bright and lustrous it'll appear. The more colorless a diamond is, the more rare and expensive.

Shape of the rough: This is another factor that could have an impact on the value, particularly if you want to be able to cut it. Sometimes, a large rough is a funny shape, and they have to cut off a lot to make one small polished diamond. This would make it less valuable than a smaller rough with a nice symmetrical shape.

They cost way less. The biggest appeal of purchasing a rough diamond is that they are often less expensive than cut diamonds. You can find an uncut, 1-carat diamond ring for a few hundred dollars vs a few thousand for the same sized cut ring.

They're conflict-free. Uncut diamonds are always conflict-free because all rough diamonds must have a Kimberley Process Certificate to be imported or exported from any country. This certificate confirms that the diamond was mined from a war-free area. However, once a diamond has been cut and polished, it's out of the Kimberly Process' hands.

They are often darkly colored and full of flaws and inclusions. Generally, after diamonds are mined, the ones with the most potential are sent off to be cut and polished and the lower quality stones are left uncut.

It's hard to pick right. It takes an expert to determine if a rough diamond is suitable for cutting and another expert to execute the cutting process. Most of us just don't have those skills. However, if you like the look of a rough diamond, then you don't have to worry about this.

It's important that your rough diamond be gem grade, which means the stone has the potential to be cut into something presentable. The rough diamond needs to have no internal fractures and very few inclusions.

The stone must also be fairly large. Cut diamonds are usually half the size of the original rough stone they started out as. So a 5-carat stone would become a 2.5-carat diamond after being cut and polished.

You need to find experts. Not only do you need to be an expert at choosing a rough diamond with potential, you need to partner with a skilled and trustworthy diamond cutter. It's hard to find a cutter in your area, as most work for larger companies and won't do independent small jobs.

Uncut diamonds are one way to save money but can be a hassle. If you're looking for a more affordable stone, consider reputable online retailers. These stores offer high-quality images and videos of their polished gems so shoppers know what they're getting.

The natural quality of a rough diamond (carat, color, and clarity) determines the value of a cut and polished diamond. The cutting process is very exhaustive and requires immense skill, so raw, uncut diamonds will almost always be less expensive than a cut diamond with the same carat, color, and clarity.

When looking for an engagement ring, a family heirloom, or a timeless piece of jewelry, a cut diamond is almost always going to be the better choice. They are more sought after than rough diamonds, and the process of cutting them is involved and expensive in itself. Some people do prefer the look of uncut diamonds, but this trend goes in and out of style while the classic beauty of a cut diamond is forever.

Buying the perfect engagement ring is a tough task. Usually, people will opt for a gorgeous and carefully cut and polished gemstone, be it diamond, or a coloured stone, or something more alternative like a moonstone. When diamonds and gemstones are cut, the intention is to maximize the stone's refractivity, which in turn translates to a more general brilliance. The cut makes the stone, which is why cut is the most important of the four Cs: cut, colour, carat, and clarity.

Enter: the raw diamond. Raw diamonds flip the diamond industry on its head, a little bit. Opting for a raw diamond brings in an exciting new variable that might be perfect for your engagement ring. Here is our ultimate buying guide for raw diamonds.

Raw diamonds are what they sound like: they are mined (always sustainably and ethically, if purchased from us!) and cut, but only into a general size and shape. It is not cut to maximize brilliance, and then is not polished.

The result is a dynamic and "rough" looking surface, which brings in a really interesting and exciting look for engagement rings. The look and feel of raw diamonds are a bit similar to salt and pepper diamonds, which are polished, but feature lots of inclusion to create a highly dimensional look.

You should buy a raw diamond, first and foremost, if you like how it looks and if you know your partner would too. We love raw diamonds for unconventional folks, people who love the texture and the specific natural look of diamonds, and people who are a bit ethereal and fashion forward.

You should also consider the colour of your stone. Like polished diamonds, raw diamonds can range from absolutely colourless to quite yellow. The difference is that raw diamonds with a warm, golden tone can be quite beautiful, whereas in polished diamonds this is generally considered unfavourable. You can find beautiful, deeply coloured amber diamonds, or delicate, blush coloured stones, which bring a totally unique look and texture to the engagement ring.

Also think about if you'd ever like to have the stone polished on your own, which you absolutely could. You might want some of the rougher edges filed down, or you might want the stone shaped differently. Make sure you budget for this.

The last thing to consider when buying your raw diamond is where it comes from. When buying raw diamonds, it's possible to purchase directly from the companies that do the mining, or that sell diamonds wholesale, and who consider raw diamond to be an "offcut" (a valuable one at that, though!). You should, in our opinion, be sure that the company you are buying from can prove that their operations are run ethically and sustainably.

Raw diamonds are beautiful stones and should never be overlooked when considering your engagement ring purchase. There's an excellent chance to save some money, and with such a unique diamond, your stone will be one of a kind, and totally suited to you and your partner. That's pretty romantic if you ask us.

1: Print out the Ring Size guide and cut out the sizing tool. Slide the end tab of sizing tool through slot Ring Size Here vertical line and wrap the sizer around the base of the finger. Make sure to allow size for the knuckle. The number aligned with slot line is your ring size

Ok , now it is time to tell you how I buy rough diamonds in Sierra Leone. This is my way and keeping with my position of using the "KISS Method" of working, (Keep it simple stupid") I have worked out a program where we get only certain sizes, qualities and most importantly, excellent shapes. Shapes are the most important to me, then the color and then the size.

When an investor comes to me I first find out what they want and then one of the most important items is "How much money do you have to spend on the rough AFTER the expenses. I have head people tell me that "money is not an issue" and I know that 99.999% of the people are full of shit. I have only met one man that money was not a problem and then come to find out he was an accountant at a college and was stealing money from them. He stole apparently $2,000,000 or so. But that is another story for another post. What I am saying is money is always a problem in buying and mining, but it is a matter of degree. I will believe someone that tells me they only have $50,000 after expenses over the person that says they have a million dollars.

The most important thing for to know is this: YOU DO NOT TALK TO ANYONE IN THE COUNTRY ABOUT DIAMONDS OR GOLD (DEPENDING ON WHAT WE ARE BUYING) . For one thing you have hired me and not someone on a street corner in Freetown,Bo/Kenema/Koidu, Zimmi or wherever we are. The main reason for that is the law says you cannot even look at a diamond without the Diamond Dealers license. They will put you in the prison there, take your diamonds you bought and any money you have and if you get the money back you can consider yourself very lucky. Pademba road prison is not a place you want to be. If anyone reading this wants one of my books for free let me know and I will send one to you. Not the $300 one of course unless you buy it but one that will give you a good idea of the situtation there when buying. 041b061a72


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