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  1. SOME OF THE BEST PRICES ON CERTIFIED LOOSE DIAMONDS IN SAN DIEGO

  2. San Diego Jewelry Brokers carries some of the best selection of certified loose diamonds in San Diego. We along with our suppliers and partners have access to over 28,000 certified loose diamonds, all at unbeatable prices. This allows us to to compete with internet sites offering wholesale prices.

  3. Our customers SAVE by purchasing smart. We offer some the best prices on certified loose diamonds in San Diego. Our business strategy is to keep our operating costs as low as possible while offering the best customer service, prices, and after-the-sale warranty in the industry with your loose diamond purchase in San Diego.

  4. What makes us unique is that we have a diamond for every budget so that way expanding your budget is not necessary to afford the precise diamond of your desire. San Diego Jewelry Brokers will save you time spent negotiating with overpriced jewelry stores. When you think of the best prices on loose diamonds in San Diego, we want you to think of San Diego Jewelry Brokers.

  5. Search our selection of over 28,000 GIA & EGL USA Certified Loose Diamonds Speak directly with the owner and get the best possible price Sebastian – (858) 230-7042

  6. History of Diamonds The discovery of loose diamonds was made in South Africa around 1867. In the dark ages, loose diamonds were thought to have healing power and were used as a medical aid to heal wounds and cure illnesses. During the middle ages, its beauty attracted more people and its value increased.

  7. In order to prevent mineworkers from swallowing the loose diamonds in an attempt to smuggle them out of the mines, mine owners perpetuated myths that they were poisonous. Many of the large and famous loose diamonds found during the middle ages such as the Koh-I-Noor and the Blue Hope helped increased the popularity of diamonds,  giving it worldwide recognition.

  8. Diamonds are on most cases 99.95 percent carbon. Diamonds are the only gems in the world made up of a single element. The other 0.05 percent include trace elements, which can effect a diamond’s color. Before a diamond reaches the display case, it goes through an extensive process.

  9. A diamond is formed under high pressure and temperature that exits only about a hundred miles below the Earth’s surface. The carbon atoms which essentially make up what we know as a diamond are all bonded the same way in all directions. This special formation process along with its unique crystal structure and chemical composition is what makes a diamond extraordinary.

  10. After a diamond is formed 100 miles beneath the Earth’s surface, it is then pushed upward by the Earth’s pressure until it arrives to the Earth’s surface. Once found it is then cut, polished, and cleaned until its true beauty and sparkle shines through. After it is sent to an independent diamond grading laboratory for unbiased certification, it is sold as a certified loose diamond.

  11. Why purchase certified loose diamonds? Before purchasing a diamond, it is critical to verify that it has undergone an unbiased and professional examination through an independent and accredited certification company. This protects you from paying for overrated and falsely advertised diamond quality.

  12. What is a Diamond Certificate? A diamond certificate, also called diamond grading report, diamond dossier®, Diamond Full Certificate, and Hearts & Arrows Diamond Report, is a report created by a team of certified gemologists. The diamond is evaluated, measured, and scrutinized using trained eyes, a jeweler’s loupe, a microscope, and other industry tools.

  13. A completed certificate includes an analysis of the diamond’s dimensions, clarity, color, polish, symmetry, and other characteristics. Many round diamonds will also include a cut grade on the report. What diamond shapes do you carry? San Diego Jewelry Brokers carries all shapes and sizes of diamonds including:

  14. Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds • Princess Cut Diamonds (often called square shaped diamonds) • Radiant Cut Diamonds (often called Rectangular Modified Brilliant or Rectangular shaped diamonds) • Emerald Cut Diamonds (often called step-cut diamonds) • Oval Cut Diamonds (often called Oval shaped diamonds) • Pear Cut Diamonds (often called Pear shaped diamonds) • Marquise Cut Diamonds (often called Marquise shaped diamonds) • Cushion Cut Diamonds (often called Cushion Modified Brilliant or Cushion shaped diamonds) • Asscher Cut Diamonds (often called Cut-Cornered Rectangular Modified Brilliant or Asscher shaped diamonds) • Heart Cut Diamonds (often called Heart shaped diamonds • Contact us today at (858) 230-7042 and let us help you pick the perfect loose diamond

  15. San Diego Jewelry Brokers Diamonds Are Certified Every certified loose diamond sold by San Diego Jewelry Brokers has been analyzed and graded by either the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or the European Gemological Institute (EGL USA). These two laboratories are among the most respected laboratories in the diamond industry and are known for their consistency and unbiased diamond grading systems.

  16. Diamonds that are accompanied by these grading reports are the most highly valued in the industry. Since all diamond shapes are very different, unique characteristics determine the quality for each shape. To learn more about different diamond shapes, visit our Jewelry Education page for more information.

  17. San Diego Jewelry Brokers Ethical Sourcing / Conflict-Free Policy Many of our loose diamonds originate in Russia, Canada, South Africa, Australia, and Brazil. San Diego Jewelry Brokers has a zero-tolerance policy towards purchasing conflict diamonds. We purchase and sell all our diamonds through suppliers who undergo extreme measures to adhere and enforce the standards established by the Kimberley Process.

  18. All loose diamonds sold at San Diego Jewelry Brokers are warranted and conflict free. The Kimberley Process is an international process aimed to track and certify diamonds. The process requires all U.S. diamond retailers to buy diamonds from manufacturers who have proper documentation warranting that the diamonds were obtained through ethical and legitimate sources.

  19. Have additional questions? Contact us at (858) 230-7042 to schedule an appointment, or come visit us to browse a wide selection of elegantly handcrafted engagement rings, wedding rings, and jewelry pieces. We are also here to answer your questions by email anytime at SanDiegoJewelryBrokers@gmail.com. In addition, Live Chat is available during most business hours.

  20. For more information, visit us http://sandiegojewelrybrokers.com/