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Loose Diamonds .org is opening it's doors to become a provider of quality, discount loose diamonds and gemstones online. Our extremely precise professional process ensure that the right cut and clarity of diamonds is always adhered to.
Purchasing loose diamonds as well as loose gemstones has become very popular over the last 10 to 15 years. Not too long ago, when a woman picked out an engagement ring, she was given limited choices for the center diamond. These choices were based upon whatever diamonds the jeweler had in stock or had available to him. Now, women and men have become well educated in how to go about shopping for a loose diamond so that they can actually pick out a loose diamond and setting separately and then have the diamond set in the ring for her engagement.
If you feel inclined to shop for loose diamonds for your engagement ring, it's very important that you educate yourself about how to shop for a loose diamond. One of the most important things to learn and know about is the 4 C's. The Four C's refers to the cut, color, clarity and carat weight of the diamond.
To protect your purchase, you should always insist on a certified diamond. Diamonds are typically certified by the GIA, AGS and EGL.
Even though the traditional and most popular color of diamond is a white diamond, diamonds come in several colors. Yellow and pink diamonds are the two most popular colored diamonds these days. However, due to their rare nature, they can be quite a bit more expensive that white diamonds.
Diamonds come in other colors including blue, brown, red, green and even black. Yes, there are black loose diamonds and they are considered very rare and quite expensive.
If you're shopping for loose diamonds for your engagement ring, please consider other precious and semi-precious gemstones as well. There are gemstones other than diamonds that can make stunning center gemstones in an engagement ring. Some possible choices include rubies, sapphires, amethyst, citrine, spinel, and alexandrite. There are many other gemstones that you may consider for a center diamond replacement, but these may not be suitable due to the daily abuse that an engagement ring may be subject to.
When shopping for loose diamonds, you might ask yourself where is the best place to shop for diamonds? The Internet is a great place to shop for loose diamonds as there are many very reputable diamonds dealers on the web. But be careful, before you shop for a loose diamond on the Internet, make sure you know who you are dealing with. Make sure that the company is accredited and trusted. Make sure that you are given very clearly stated guarantees about your purchase. Make sure that there are liberal return policies just in case you don't like the loose diamond that you receive. Most important of all, make sure that your diamond is certified and that a copy of the certificate is included with your purchase. As soon as you receive the diamond, take it to an independent jeweler and have him/her verify that it is in fact the diamond represented in the certificate.
Shopping for loose diamonds can be very rewarding as long as you are well informed on how to purchase a diamond.