If your diamond is GIA Certified, consider yourself lucking. Selling a GIA Certified diamond in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Miramar, Coral Springs, Palm Beach, Plantation, Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Weston, Fort Meyers, Delray Beach, Wellington, Jupiter, Coconut Creek or any other South Florida city Is as simple as calling a qualified buyer and providing them with your diamond’s GIA report number. That’s it! No scheduling appointments, no traveling from location to location and no haggling with buyers.
GIA Certificates are universally accepted within the industry. You made a wise choice by purchasing one and will reap the benefits during the diamond selling process. Any diamond buyer worth their salt (Or carbon in this case), should have the ability to provide an immediate offer based on the information contained in your diamond’s GIA Certificate. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Contact a Buyer
Step 2: Provide them with your diamond’s GIA Report # so they can pull up its specifications online
Step 3: Receive an offer
Where to Sell a GIA Certified Diamond
As buyers of GIA Certified diamonds, when clients contact us to sell their GIA Certified diamond, the first thing we do is request the diamond’s GIA Report Number. If your diamond was certified prior to the year 2000, its information will not be available through GIA’s database and we will need you to send us an image or scan of its certificate. Upon reviewing its characteristics, our experienced diamond buyers will make you an offer. This offer is contingent upon your diamond being in the same condition as it was when certified, any chipped corners or cleavages will result in a reduction in that offer.
Best Place to Sell a GIA Certified Diamond
What makes us the best place to sell a GIA Certified Diamond? The overwhelming majority of our business comes from buying GIA Certified diamonds. We are constantly looking to add GIA Certified diamonds to our inventory and are willing to beat virtually any competitors offer to achieve this.
What if I lost my GIA Certificate?
Don’t panic, losing a GIA certificate is usually not a huge issue. If you can locate your diamond’s GIA report # on any paperwork or receipts or by contacting the place of purchase. Many diamonds are also laser inscribed with their GIA report #, (Along the girdle). Once you have located your diamond’s GIA report #, ordering a replacement from GIA is simple.
Sell GIA Certified Diamonds from Anywhere in the US
If you are selling a GIA Certified diamond from somewhere outside of the South Florida area, call our email to learn more about our national buying process.