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We offer an extensive collection of certified loose diamonds in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Our diamonds are certified by the leading gemological laboratories, ensuring that you get the best value for your money.

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certified diamonds collection

  • Round Cut


    Timelessly classic, the round shape epitomizes versatility and elegance.

  • Princess Cut


    Modern and sophisticated, the princess shape combines sharp angles with brilliance.

  • Cushion Cut


    Vintage-inspired charm, the cushion shape blends romance with timeless allure.

  • Emerald Cut


    Refined and captivating, the emerald shape showcases clean lines and step-cut facets.

  • Oval


    Graceful and distinctive, the oval shape offers a flattering and unique silhouette.

  • Radiant


    Vibrant and eye-catching, the radiant shape merges elegance with dazzling sparkle.

  • Asscher


    Art Deco-inspired beauty, the asscher shape mesmerizes with geometric facets.

  • Marquise


    Opulent and alluring, the marquise shape exudes grandeur and grace.

  • Heart


    Symbolic and romantic, the heart shape represents love and passion.

  • Pear


    Elegantly captivating, the pear shape balances sophistication with whimsical charm.

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Certified Loose Diamonds

Certified by renowned labs like GIA, IGI, our loose diamonds guarantee top quality and accurate grading based on the 4Cs. Explore our collection now for the perfect diamond that suits your style and budget.

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At Precious Jewels, we want to make your diamond buying experience as easy and stress-free as possible. That's why we offer the option to talk to an expert. Our team of diamond experts can answer all your questions and help you find the perfect loose diamond for your needs. Book an appointment with one of our experts today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are loose diamonds?

Loose diamonds are diamonds that have been cut and polished, but are not set in any type of jewelry. They can be purchased by themselves, and then later set in a piece of jewelry, such as a ring, necklace, or bracelet.

How are loose diamonds priced?

Loose diamonds are priced based on a variety of factors, including the diamond's cut, carat weight, color, and clarity. Diamonds with higher ratings in these areas are typically more expensive.

What is the difference between a certified and uncertified loose diamond?

A certified loose diamond has been evaluated and graded by an independent gemological laboratory, which provides a report on the diamond's characteristics. An uncertified diamond does not come with a grading report.

Can loose diamonds be customized for specific jewelry designs?

Yes, loose diamonds can be customized and set into a variety of jewelry designs. Customers can work with a jewelry designer to create a unique piece of jewelry using a loose diamond.

Are loose diamonds a good investment?

Loose diamonds can be a good investment for those who are knowledgeable about the diamond market and able to make informed purchasing decisions. However, like any investment, there are risks involved and it's important to do your research before making a purchase.

What are GIA, AGS, and IGI diamond certificates?

GIA, AGS, and IGI are leading organizations that provide diamond certification. These certificates provide detailed information about the quality and characteristics of a diamond, including its cut, color, clarity, and carat weight. The GIA, which stands for the Gemological Institute of America, is a well-known organization that has established standards for grading diamonds. The American Gem Society (AGS) is another respected organization that provides diamond grading services. The IGI (International Gemological Institute) is a global organization that also provides diamond certification.

I found a diamond on your website that I like. Is it available?

Yes, all diamonds listed on our website are available for purchase. If you have found a diamond you like, add it to the cart and proceed to checkout to complete your purchase. Please note that the availability of a diamond may change at any time due to other customers also purchasing the same diamond. We recommend completing your purchase as soon as possible to ensure that you secure the diamond you want. If you have any queries or important concerns, don't hesitate to reach out to our customer service team.

Explain the 4 C's of diamond grading ?

The four C's of diamond grading are cut, clarity, color, and carat weight. These factors are used to evaluate the quality and value of a diamond. The cut of a diamond simply refers to its proportions and symmetry, which affect the stone's brightness and sparkle. Clarity refers to the presence and visibility of inclusions, or internal flaws, in the diamond. Color refers to the absence or presence of color in the diamond, with the highest quality diamonds being colorless. Carat weight simply means the weight of the diamond, with larger diamonds typically being more valuable.

How does the color of a diamond affect its value?

The color of a diamond plays a significant role in its value. Diamonds that are colorless or near colorless are the most valuable, as they are the rarest and have the highest level of clarity. Diamonds with faint yellow or brown tones are less valuable, as they are more common and have lower levels of clarity. Here’s a thing about diamonds, the more intense the color of a diamond, the lower its value will be.

What is the purpose of certification for a loose diamond?

A loose diamond certification aims to assess the diamond's quality and value objectively. Certification is typically performed by a third-party organization that has expertise in evaluating diamonds based on established grading standards. The certification process involves thoroughly examining the diamond, including its cut, clarity, color, carat weight, and other relevant factors. The results of this examination are then documented in a certificate, which serves as an official record of the diamond's quality and value. Certification is important for consumers because it gives them peace of mind about the quality of the diamond they are purchasing and helps establish the diamond's value in the market.




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