Frequently Asked Questions About Selling Diamonds In Indianapolis
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When you decide to sell your diamonds, the process can seem a bit overwhelming at first. Not to worry, we are devoted to complete transparency and we want to make everything as seamless as possible for you. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about how to sell diamonds in Indianapolis. If you can’t find the answer to your question here, feel free to get in touch with us directly and we will be happy to answer all of your questions.
How quickly will I receive my money?
What if I don't have an appointment?
I already received an offer for my diamond a few months ago from a jeweler. Can you match it?
Is an appraisal the same as a laboratory certificate?
The benefit of coming to us to sell your diamond is that we will make an offer not based solely on a piece of paper.
Do you have a Gemologist on staff?
Gemology is a branch of science dealing with the study of gemstones. The certified professionals that work in this field are known as gemologists. At GSA Diamonds, our gemologist is a highly regarded expert when it comes to grading and assessing your diamonds. We strive to be your premier Indianapolis diamond buyers.
Do you buy synthetic diamonds?
Is a certified diamond worth more than a non-certified diamond?
For instance, if you have the opportunity to buy rare sports memorabilia, one that is guaranteed authentic and the other is not, which would you be willing to pay more for?
It may well be that a non-certified diamond has better quality, but without the necessary paperwork to prove it you may not be able to get the highest price possible in a sale.
Will you purchase a diamond from which I am not the owner?
How do I know my valuables are safe with your company?
Why do nearly identical diamonds differ in price?
For instance, when looking at the clarity of a diamond, two stones may seem almost identical to the naked eye. However, once examined by an expert with the proper tools, more flaws (inclusions) may be apparent in one of the stones. No matter how slight the difference may be, it will still affect the price of the diamonds.
What types of diamonds do you buy?
We also buy diamonds from estate sales, a divorce or any other reason you are looking to sell. Our experience in the industry allows us to maximize the value of your stone.
What is the difference between a complimentary inspection/evaluation and a formal appraisal?
A true appraisal is a process that is much more in depth and takes more time to conduct.
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