How to Sell Diamonds: An Investment Guide | BNT Diamonds
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How and when can I sell loose diamonds at a profit?

For those just starting out in investing in diamonds, it might be unclear how and when you can sell the loose diamond for the highest profit or to whom you can sell it. So, the experts at BNT Diamonds have listed some useful tips to help you.

We offer our customers an excellent service: we offer a completely free appraisal for diamonds that were purchased from BNT Diamonds more than a year ago. The result of this appraisal corresponds to the purchase price BNT Diamonds pays at its source at that time, increased by 5%.

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Profit from the exceptional price at which you purchased your investment diamonds

Numerous predictions indicate that it is rather unlikely for diamond prices to drop significantly. So the odds are that you can sell the diamond you purchased at BNT Diamonds at a nice profit. This is often the case when you decide to sell your loose diamond directly to end-users. You could organise an eBay auction to sell your diamond, but selling it at a local jeweller will also likely result in a significant profit. Our appraisal is likely below their purchase limit.

In brief, our method of appraisal benefits the liquidity and saleability of your diamond. In this way, you directly profit from buying your diamond at an exceptional price.

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When will BNT Diamonds want to buy my diamond back?

At BNT Diamonds, we will always consider buying back your diamond. First, we perform an appraisal. The appraisal is based on the price we would pay for that diamond at the source at that moment. In other words, the appraised value decreased by 5%.

However, this price is not a guarantee because any buyback by BNT Diamonds depends on two factors:

• The number of similar diamonds currently in our inventory.

• The demand for similar diamonds at that time.

What about Special Diamonds?

Resale options for Special Diamonds are slightly different. Due to the scarcity and exclusivity of these diamonds, the general market is not the most suitable option. These Special Diamonds can be sold via specialised auction houses, like Christie's or Sotheby's, which cater to a highly knowledgeable and niche audience.

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All investors are advised to fully understand all risks associated with any kind of investing they choose to do. There is no guarantee that your investment will result in profits or that they will not result in losses.

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