Are you looking to sell your loose diamonds and melee but worried about getting a fair price and a secure transaction? As a global leader in recycled diamonds and jewelry buying, White Pine offers decades of experience, fair pricing, and a straightforward process for selling your loose diamonds, giving you peace of mind and the best return for your original outlay.
We purchase melee, fancy colors, and certified and uncertified diamonds of all sizes including GIA certified stones. This includes broken or chipped and calibrated parcels of breakout melee diamonds. Our melee buyers value and offer on all diamond jewelry including, engagement rings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, earrings, chains, pendants and semi-mounts.
We only purchase natural diamonds and do not purchase lab-grown diamonds or rough, uncut diamonds.
Looking to sell your GIA certified diamonds? At White Pine, we recognize the value and distinction of GIA certified stones, and we're committed to offering you a fair and rewarding selling experience. Our expert team will provide a transparent and accurate appraisal, honoring the exacting standards that GIA certification represents. With our deep market knowledge and passion for quality, we ensure that selling your GIA certified diamonds with us is a secure and satisfying process. This make us the ideal destination to sell your GIA stones; we appreciate their worth just as much as you do. We buy loose GIA diamonds and stones that are set in jewelry. Simply photograph the GIA cert and send it along with your inquiry to ensure we have all of the information needed to get you a great price.
We pride ourselves on offering fair pricing for loose diamonds and melee, and we’re dedicated to giving you a fair market value for your diamonds because we know how precious they are (or once were). That’s why we use industry-standard pricing criteria, study the latest market trends, and draw from our own expertise to generate an offer. We’re always transparent about our pricing so you can be confident you’re receiving a competitive price.
We know that security is one of the biggest concerns when it comes to selling your loose diamonds, which is why White Pine takes secure transactions seriously. We only use trusted shipping and logistics companies, like FedEx and Brinks, and secure payment methods, to ensure your transaction is safe throughout the whole process. We also strictly adhere to our privacy policies to safeguard your data.
Selling loose diamonds & melee doesn’t have to be a difficult or drawn-out process. White Pine offers a simple approach that makes it easy for you to sell diamonds. From sending in your items to getting an estimate to getting paid, we'll help you through every step. You'll even receive full instructions on how to package your diamonds for shipping. If you have any questions during any stage of the process, we have expert customer support who’s happy to help.
Having a firm understanding of your loose diamond's worth is essential before selling it. We determine the worth of your diamond using a combination of market research, industry-recognized pricing standards, and our own decade-plus of experience. We look at the individual characteristics of your diamonds including the 4 C’s (Carat, Cut, Clarity, and Color).
A diamond's carat size is determined by its weight, and diamonds with a higher carat weight are typically considered more valuable.
A diamond’s cut affects how sparkling and appealing it is, and is indicated by the way it’s been shaped and polished.
The clarity of a diamond is determined by the number and type of flaws, or inclusions, found in the diamond. The fewer and smaller the flaws, the higher clarity grade a diamond will receive.
Diamonds are rated on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown). Colorless diamonds (the closer to D they are on the scale) are generally more valuable.
Selling your loose diamonds and melee online can be a quick and easy way to earn the best return on your investment in today's digital age. Selling your loose diamonds and melee online has a slew of advantages over selling in person.
When you take your loose diamonds to local jewelry stores or pawnbrokers, you’re often selling to local buyers that don’t specialize in buying and don’t have access to a national and/or international network to resell the stones they buy. Which affects the price and the types of items they buy. Online diamond and melee buyers on the other hand, aren’t held back by these constraints, and can in turn offer you more competitive and accurate offers than a local buyer.
Selling loose diamonds and melee online also gives you the advantage of freely and effectively comparing offers from several buyers at once. An online diamond buyer will typically offer detailed information and cost breakdowns, making it simple for you to compare offers and decide. Additionally, to ensure fair pricing for sellers, online diamond and melee buyers often use market research and industry-standard pricing guidelines.
By implementing secure ways for handling and delivering diamonds, such as insured and tracked shipment methods, and secure payment methods, you can guarantee the protection of your loose diamonds and melee while selling diamonds online. Plus, to secure your personal information, a reputable diamond buyer like White Pine typically has rigorous privacy policies in place. We always ensure the process can be completed at your convenience, from the comfort of your home, and on your own timetable.
Selling loose diamonds and melee online is the best option because it offers a wider audience, fair pricing, security, and convenience. On the other hand, selling in person can be limiting as it may not provide access to as many potential melee or loose diamond buyers, and can also be time-consuming and even unsafe.
To ensure that you’re getting a fair price for your loose diamonds and melee, it’s important to understand the value of your diamonds and select a trusted buyer. Leveraging industry-accepted price standards, researching the market, and talking with experts in the industry, such as a respected diamond buyer like White Pine, will help you find a ballpark range for your diamonds.
At White Pine, there’s no diamond too big or too small to sell. While the size of a diamond doesn’t determine if it can be sold or not, it does play a role in its value. Generally, larger diamonds tend to be worth more than smaller ones.
A diamond that’s broken or chipped may still be able to be sold, but it's value may be affected. You can contact White Pine with any questions you have and our support team will be there to help.
The best way to ship loose diamonds and melee is to use a secure and insured shipping method, such as a registered mail or a courier service with a tracking number. It's also important to package the diamonds properly and discreetly to ensure their safety during transportation. At White Pine, we’ll provide you with instructions and a free and fully insured FedEx label to ship your items.