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We offer you THE BEST VALUE for fine and diamond jewelry.
When buying jewelry from a dealer in San Francisco or the Bay Area choose an accredited dealer with a large network of retailers. Jahan Diamond Imports works with many buyers who are interested in a variety of diamonds and diamond jewelry. Jahan Diamond Imports is A+ Accredited with the Better Business Bureau and the JVA.
Buying diamonds for a fair price doesn’t have to be a trip to the pawn shop. Jahan Diamond Imports offers the best prices and customer service.
For a free consultation with an accredited diamond expert call Jahan Diamond Imports : 415-956-6391.
We are in the business of giving you the best amount value possible for your budget. There are several factors that we use to help you maximize your purchase, and any professional company should do the same. Trustworthy diamond buyers sell for a fair value based on cut, clarity, carat, color and a few other smaller details. We have experienced and GIA graduated gemologists on staff.
The cut of a diamond is the only characteristic of the four Cs (cut, clarity, color and carat) that is influenced by humans. The diamonds that you buy don’t naturally come out of the ground as beautiful as they appear. Most diamonds naturally look like glass pebbles, so humans have to cut the diamonds to achieve maximum beauty. The cut influences how brilliant a diamond appears.
Diamonds take time to form, and unfortunately, this allows particles of other material to develop within the diamond. The diamonds in the market, that we look at vary incredibly in these terms. Some diamonds are absolutely flawless, and others have minor imperfections.
A carat (ct) is the actual weight of the diamond. Small differences in carat size can cause a huge variation in what a diamond is worth. A diamond that weighs only .10 ct more than a similar diamond could net you more than fifteen percent in increased profit.
There are white diamonds and colored diamonds, and they are graded in different ways. A white diamond is worth more when it has very little color within it. Colored diamonds, however, gain value as the intensity of their color increases. Several natural processes can cause the creation of these colored diamonds.
There are some other factors involved in diamond grading that have a much smaller effect on their value than the four Cs. Two of these factors include polish and symmetry. Though most interested in purchasing a diamond will focus heavily on the 4 C’s.