Diamond Inspector pricing does not offer a list price, but a real dollar value market price within a 5% to 8% range. The cut of the diamond is not the shape of the diamond. The service is simple and easy to use, designed to reduce the fear factor when purchasing a diamond and fine jewelry.

You can always call the lab that issued the certificate for your diamond for more information. The United States Patent gives Diamond Inspector the exclusive rights to use the Internet and all remote communications for the purpose of issuing a price and quality report for all gemstones (including diamonds), based on gemological data.

These price lists are not automated, cannot transmit evaluated pricing information over the Internet, and are not patented for use over the Internet. The best questions will be added to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page We may be a bit busy, but we will try to answer all your questions as soon as possible. You can compare the prices and qualities of all the diamonds you are considering, on one summary page.

Your email address and login are all you need to view all the price reports you have ordered. As a member of Diamond Inspector, you have 30 days to view all the price reports you have ordered during the diamond shopping process. As a member of Diamond Inspector, you have 30 days to view all the price reports you have ordered during the diamond shopping process.

All these details that appear on a diamond lab certificate describes the beauty or lack of beauty of a diamond. The majority of diamond cutters and wholesalers use one of several printed price report as an industry standard, when they sell diamonds to retail jewelers. Most upscale custom couture jewelry stores sell heavier more robust rings. If you understand the quality of the jewelry you own or purchase, your enjoyment level will increase dramatically.

A fancy shape diamond will have three measurements: length, width, and depth. Diamond Inspector was created to help you, the retail shopper, during the process of purchasing a certified diamond. The cut is the relationship between the following proportion factors: depth %, table %, girdle thickness, crown angles, and pavilion depth %, length to width ratios of fancy shape diamonds, symmetry and polish. Only Diamond Inspector can issue an unbiased, independent price report for a diamond and gemstone transmitted over the Internet.

This is a very good way to ensure that you always know your diamond: its millimeter size is unique to your diamond. It is very important for you to grasp the significance of what these details really mean.  This is another way Diamond Inspector helps you shop with confidence. No question is too trivial. Leave off one or two price factors, and the discount price below the price lists are inaccurate.

Now can you judge the importance of each piece of information on the certificate, understand what each piece of information really means, then how to price each piece of information, then integrate all the different pieces of information to determine a price. This is a more accurate price guide, which includes all the calculations that an appraiser would use in evaluating and arriving at a price for a diamond.

All diamond lab certificates are different in appearance, with similar information appearing in different formats. Most upscale custom couture jewelry stores sell heavier more robust rings.

All these price lists do not factor in the “cut proportion factors” of a diamond, which can affect the final price of a certified diamond by up to 60%. There is no industry standard retail consumer price list. Measurements are calculated using a micrometer which measures to the hundredth of a millimeter. The shape and cutting style of the diamond, will indicate exactly what your diamond looks like.

All diamond price lists are published in a printed format, and intended for use by the wholesale and retail jewelers. These factors are all computed within Diamond Inspector calculations, to arrive at a market price.

Each certificate has the name of the laboratory which issued the certificate. You can always call the lab that issued the certificate for your diamond for more information. The United States Patent gives Diamond Inspector the exclusive rights to use the Internet and all remote communications for the purpose of issuing a price and quality report for all gemstones (including diamonds), based on gemological data.

Other factors not included in the static price lists and included in Diamond Inspector, are price calculations for length to width ratios of fancy cut diamonds, fluorescence, differences in the qualities of lab certificates, special demand carat weight sizes, and branded specialty cut diamonds. Leave off one or two price factors, and the discount price below the price lists are inaccurate.

All these price lists do not factor in the “cut proportion factors” of a diamond, which can affect the final price of a certified diamond by up to 60%. Jewelry should be worn, adored, admired, treasured and enjoyed by the owner and friends. Jewelry should be worn, adored, admired, treasured and enjoyed by the owner and friends.