October 5, 2019 Mark

By Mark Gardner

Some of the rarest and most expensive Diamonds are of course the colors, Reds, Blue’s, Pinks, Blue’s and many other shades.  With Red Diamonds being by far the rarest and most expensive gems in the World.. In fact Red Diamonds currently fetch over 1 Million dollars per carat, depending on the color.  Color being the most signifcant factor, followed by Carat Weight, Clarity and Cut.  Leibish & Co situated in New York, they have one of the Worlds best reputations for having the highest quality and range of Rare and Exotic Coloured Diamonds anywhere. 

But for some of you a coloured Diamond is not an option for those that want a traditional, vintage or bespoke engagement ring.  A Natural or Lab Grown White Diamond maybe your prefered choice. As most of you all know that White Diamonds are graded according to the 4C’s and their price is directly influenced by those grades. Below is one of those diamonds I have carefully selected, a stunning and rare 1.348ct D/IF ‘A Cut Above’ Diamond.1.348 ct D IF A CUT ABOVE® Hearts and Arrows Diamond

There are some Diamonds available that are also some of the Rarest and most sought after, they are the .001%’ers.  Thats right, Natural White Diamonds with a perfect colorless grade of “D” and a perfect Clarity of “IF” Internally Flawless. These rare White Diamonds are so rare that they also have higher price points, but for those that are seeking the best, this is a must.  Natural White DIamonds with D / IF are said to the one in a million or even 1 in 10 million depening on the size.. I have no doubt that Dimaond Cutters around the globe would be excited and tremble with anticipation of cutting it perfectly.

WhiteFlash Diamonds are just the cutters to tackle that task of cutting a perfect Diamond. These Diamond HAVE to be cut with the utmost precision and sit at such a high standing to be included in WhiteFlash’s Signature Cut, ‘A CUT ABOVE Hearts & Arrows’ range. Here is a link direct to their D/IF webpage. WhiteFlash D/IF

Often refered to as “SUPER IDEAL CUT DIAMONDS” WhiteFlash has these Diamonds in their Inventory not just as a ‘Virtual Diamond’.  WhiteFlash’s D /IF inventory has all the information required to make that ‘blind’ over the internet purchase, with Live, Ideal Scope, Asset Tool images as well has a Sarine report, Lab Report and all the specifications you need to help make an ‘informed decision’

Still unsure of what you are buying?  ask me to have afree look and I’ll give you my honest opinion – mark@buyingdiamonds.online

 Or  “learn more about Hearts and Arrows and what is the real difference between an “Ideal Scope” and an “Asset Tool” and how to read them.

Click over to WhiteFlash and have a look for yourself.

“Diamonds are rare. A flawless diamond is exceptionally rare. A flawless diamond that is perfectly colorless is phenomenally rare. How rare does that make diamonds that are perfect in color, clarity and also in cut?”

Bryan Boyne (g.g)
Vice President of Whiteflash
G.G (GIA)

March 29, 2019 Mark

James Allen Diamond Promotion

James Allen.com are giving buyers a rare opportunity to take 25% off their Engagement Rings when you spend over $5k or more on your dream Diamond. Lets take a quick look at one of their more expensive rings. This Platinum Double Claw Halo ring mount is set with 177 diamonds already, so you only need to choose the main Diamond.  A “True Hearts” Diamond is a must for this show stopper piece. This ring will take a Diamond from 0.50ct up to 1.75ct. *

Double Prong Cushion Halo Ring
A saving of over $2000 off
True Hearts by James Allen
1.08ct F-VS2 'True Hearts' @ $8,210
True Hearts by James Allen - 1.57ct
1.57ct E-VVS2 'True Hearts' @ $23,720

I’ve selected two Diamonds from James Allen’s ‘True Hearts’ collection for you.  The 1.08ct is actually my preferred pick over the two. The overall symmetry of this along with the Table and Depth percentages indicate that this diamond would sparkle. Lets not discount the larger 1.57ct, it’s a great stone too, with a near perfect Colour and VVS2 clarity.  The 1.08ct does have a small carbon spot under the table and it does have a Medium Blue Fluorescence but the diamond is clean and has no large internal feathers indicated which would tend to glow under UV.  I think that this diamond is a good buy.  If you want to go bigger then head to the 1.57.  Get in touch if you are having trouble selecting your Dream Diamond plus you have act quick to get 25% off your ring.

Mark

*Offer applies to ring setting only. Does not include loose diamonds, gemstones, or designer collections. Promotional discounts applied to an order are only valid for the item purchased and will not be applied to future purchases or exchanges after the sale ends. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Promotion ends April 14, 2019 at 11:59pm EST.