Diamonds

  1. 150 New GIA Certified Diamonds Now Available

    Select From Our Expanded GIA Certified Inventory



    We have recently added 150 GIA certs, all offered at very competitive prices.

    Find the stones that match your precise requirements. 7 Day memos are available on all stones. Our GIA certs sell quickly, so you can check the latest stock on Rapnet or go to our Certified Diamond page.

    Rapnet ID 113702

    Speak to an expert and order by calling (646) 569 3683 or email orders@whitepinediamonds.com.
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  2. Shop The Melee Clearance Sale

    The Melee Clearance Sale

    Extended - Now Ends Nov 11th

    As the Holidays approach we are presenting our Melee Clearance Sale so you can access diamond production inventory for less and make more margin on seasonal sales. The sale is a week long, so shop now to avoid disappointment. 

    Order online or call (646) 569 3675 and email orders@whitepinediamonds.com for assistance. 

    Shop The Clearance Sale here

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  3. Lab Grown Vs Natural Diamond, One Has Resale Value, The Other Does Not

    Lab Grown Vs Natural Diamond, One Has Resale Value, The Other Does Not

     

    Demand for lab-grown diamonds has rapidly risen in the past five years, as consumers drawn to the idea of getting a bigger, better quality diamond for their budget are buying into a diamond product that has the same chemical and optical properties as natural diamond.

     

    Claims by lab-grown diamond producers and sellers that a diamond is a diamond no matter its origin seem to suggest that diamonds made in a lab and naturally occurring diamonds are equal in all respects, including market value.

     

    What consumers who have bought or might buy lab-grown diamonds may not know, is that if they decide to sell it back into the market, they

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  4. Jewelry Designers Find Great Value In Recycled Diamonds & Partnering With Suppliers Like White Pine

    Jewelry Designers Find Great Value In Recycled Diamonds

    & Partnering With Suppliers Like White Pine

     

    Jewelry designers have a lot to manage when developing their brand, whether newbie or veteran in the business. Creating compelling designs and customer engagement demand their full attention for success.

     

    For new designers, especially those who are not generational in the traditionally family run diamond and jewelry industry, it can be challenging to make connections and find vendors who will work with you, especially when you’re new on the scene.

     

    New York City jewelry designer Lauren Goodmay found that to be the case when she started over two years ago to build her brand, Good May Come, which launched i

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  5. Your Most Frequently Asked Diamond Questions Answered 

    Your Most Frequently Asked Diamond Questions Answered 

    We thought it would be a great time to update our FAQs with questions specifically about our diamonds products and service. So here they are and reach out to us at info@whitepinediamonds.com with more questions. 

     

    1. Where Do Your Recycled Diamonds Come From?

    We exclusively buy our goods from the trade. We buy from pawnshops, retailers, diamond dealers, and manufacturers. We do on occasion buy goods from the market to fill in if we are short supply in certain areas from trusted, ethically sourced diamond companies.

     

    2. What Are Your Diamond Makes Like?

    Consistency and quality of our recycled diamonds is one of our main priorities and why our customer base remains loyal. Our recycled diamonds are exactly as advertised. We categorize our diamonds

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  6. Why Outsourcing Certain Diamond & Jewelry Jobs Makes Good Business Sense for Jewelers

    Why Outsourcing Certain Diamond & Jewelry Jobs Makes Good Business Sense for Jewelers

     

    Outsourcing always makes good business sense for companies both big and small. Generally speaking, outsourcing improves efficiency, reduces costs, and allows companies to focus on their core business.

    Not only does contracting out certain tasks save time and money, resulting in lower overhead and staff labor costs, it also allows businesses to tap high-caliber talent for project-specific work. Outsourcing provides the flexibility for a business to expand its team temporarily and strengthen areas of expertise as needed.

    Outsourcing empowers jewelers to benefit from the latest technology by leveraging the equipment and expertise of trusted production partners who do these tasks regularly, without jewelers having

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  7. Overstock Specials - Get 15% OFF Select Melee Sizes and Qualities - Ends Aug 31st

    Overstock Specials - Ends Aug 31st

    A fantastic opportunity to stock up now and make extra profit on the products you'll be selling in the Fall and through Holiday season. See the price card below for the sizes and qualities being offered in this special, all diamonds are Round Full Cuts. Prices shown reflect the 15% discount and all sales are final for promotion items.

    Order online or call (646) 569 3675 and email orders@whitepinediamonds.com for assistance. 

    Shop melee sizes here

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  8. Test Recycled Diamonds, Offer As Design Option & Extension Of The Estate Case

    Test Recycled Diamonds, Offer As Design Option & Extension Of The Estate Case

     

    Over the past couple of years fashion-minded shoppers have placed an even bigger emphasis on sustainability, with fine jewelry topping their wish lists. In particular, recycled diamonds are becoming increasingly important for jewelers, as the global diamond-mining yield continues to diminish, reports Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) in August 2021.

    The popularity of recycled diamonds has increased dramatically since the pandemic, with many engagement ring shoppers asking for recycled stones. Jay Moncada, owner of Perpetuum Jewels, told WWD that before the pandemic four out of 10 engagement ring shoppers inquired about recycled diamonds, and now that number is closer to seven.

    Jeweler Jean Prounis of Prounis Jewelry told WWD that 100% o

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  9. Good As New, Overcoming Recycled Diamonds’ Inferiority Complex

    Good As New, Overcoming Recycled Diamonds’ Inferiority Complex

     

    Diamond is the hardest mineral on the planet, so it’s no wonder it’s regarded as the ideal product for recycling. Because of its strength and durability, diamond can be used more than once without trace-of-wear.

    Recycled diamonds actually offer the perfect story of sustainability — averting the need to mine or grow in a lab a new diamond product. Recycled diamonds also deliver on natural diamond’s “forever” promise, by maintaining their value as a precious, finite gemstone, and as an enduring symbol of love.

    Yet, the perception exists that if a product is recycled/reclaimed/repurposed it may not be of superior quality. 

    Recycled diamonds, while not a new concept, is a category that many jewelers, designers and small man

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  10. What’s Driving Rising Prices for Small Diamonds in 2022?

    What’s Driving Rising Prices for Small Diamonds in 2022?

    High demand for diamonds throughout 2021, coupled with less natural diamonds being produced and manufactured, is causing the rise in diamond prices that is impacting retail in 2022.

    The increase in prices is driven by strong demand for jewelry in the United States and China, set against limited supply, as diamond mining and cutting remain low, finds recent research by the market intelligence platform, IndexBox.

    Natural diamond prices are increasing dramatically because of the high demand and limited supply that is due to the fixed number of diamond manufacturers and the cost of manufacturing. Some areas of diamond supply are becoming increasingly more difficult to source, mostly smaller sizes in commercial quality, particularly melee (less than 0.20 in carat weight).

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