Diamond Brothers have developed a huge network for the diamonds they buy. We sort the diamonds according to the colour and clarity for sale to the global market. These assortments are desirable for manufacturers and yield Diamond Brother better prices. We pass these price benefits on to the customers we buy from meaning you will achieve some of the fairest prices in the industry. We make immediate offers to buy your diamond stock and we make same day payments for all purchases no matter what the size is and what amount its is.
Sell your small diamonds known as melee, stones up to 0.2ct in size to LD Gems. We buy recycled melee or surplus to requirements melee from a wide variety of businesses such as Pawnbrokers, Jewelers, Refiners and Manufacturers. If you are looking for a melee diamond buyer, LD Gems is there to help.
We buy around 20-30,000+ carats of melee in USA, Europe and Asia every month and we have good experience, how to buy and grade melee. We buy directly into the global wholesale market with no middleman and are one of the world’s leading recycled diamond buyers. Our position in the market place ensures we have can pass on the latest market prices to our customers.
We price melee in a consistent and professional manner. We update our melee prices monthly and the new prices are updated to all of our buyers. If you want to sell melee diamonds make an inquiry through the email or call and one of experts will be able to assist and advise you.
0.2ct to 0.49ct: Diamond Brothers buy diamond pointers of 20 points up to half a carat of all shapes, cuts, colours and clarities. We grade these stones by splitting into size groups, 0.20-0.29 carats, 0.30-0.39 carats, and 0.40-0.49 carats and for large volumes, generating a price per carat for each size group. For very high grade stones in these categories we will grade and price each individually, but pointers are generally treated in parcels, and are graded and valued as such.
0.5 carats and higher: for diamonds of half a carat and up, unless the grade of the stone is very low and groups of this size category are sold in low-grade parcels, in which case we will grade and value the parcel in the same way as for pointers, larger diamonds are graded and valued by Diamond Brothers individually. Our trained diamond graders will grade each stone according to the standards set by GIA, and we will value according to the market price which itself generally is referenced to the Rapaport Diamond Report, published weekly. The higher grade and therefore price of a larger stone, the longer our grading team will take to value. Diamonds larger than 3 carats will often internally require a second opinion as to grade, and will be escalated to the head of valuation for a price, so it may take longer to value compared to 0.50 carats to 2.99 carat stones.