Diamond jewellery shopping made easier
A little help in the form of a review, price comparison or selection of a product can go a long way in making the right choice when we are shopping. This can be true for all commodities but where something as precious as diamond jewellery is concerned, some extra help is appreciated.
It can come from your family members, close friends or the family jeweller. While their judgement might be reliable, what you really need is an accurate tool to tell you the right price of the diamond. On what parameters the solitaire has been priced is something you should be aware of.
The Solitaire Price Index
One such tool is Divine Solitaires’ Solitaire Price Index can help you track the trends in diamond prices so that you can decide how to purchase your diamond jewellery within your budget.
At the start of every month, the index reflects changes diamond prices listed in the brand’s Nationwide Standard and Transparent Price List.
Diamond prices fluctuate quite often and so the SPI can help you keep track of the current rates. Since this index shows a month-on-month and year-on-year change, in a few months you can easily plan your next shopping trip.
However, it should be noted that the figures on the SPI are not indicative of the actual prices but an average of the prices in the Divine Solitaires Price List.
However, “Know The Value” can help you know the real-time value of a Divine Solitaires diamond based on its cut, carat, colour and clarity.
Buying diamond jewellery
Before you plan to buy your diamond jewellery, you can check the price of the stone based on these four characteristics. Additionally, you can also compare the current price of the stone with its past price.
The point of this exercise is to ensure that a consumer, especially a first-time buyer, is well aware of what goes into the pricing of a diamond. Since the past prices are also visible, you can be sure that the current price is a genuine one.
Buying diamond jewellery can be less of a task if you have the right guidance when it comes to the value and the price of the stone. It is also possible that you may complete your shopping in one or two trips.
Instead of visiting the jeweller from time-to-time for updates, you can simply refer to the SPI and Know The Value when you want to.
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