Up-to-date with diamond prices on a holiday
A holiday that you’ve been planning for a while is coming up soon and you are all set to go. Everyone needs a break once in a while and you’re no different. So take your time off and go feel the sand under your feet! Or the snow, whichever makes appeals to your more. You have no work to take care of and no work calls to attend to. But of all things, staying up-to-date with diamond prices may be on your mind.
You may ask why. Because then you won’t be in for a surprise when you’re back from a long trip. Diamond prices change almost every now and then. Keeping track of them is quite difficult. Some people rely on their family jewellers keep them up-to-date with diamond prices. But if you do not have someone that reliable, who can you turn to?
Checking different sources for the best prices
This one may or may not be the best option but you could always check diamond prices on the internet. Once in a while, you may come across genuine prices on some sources. Most diamond jewellery brands or jewellers follow these prices and so they’re harmless. But at times, you could be at the risk of following very random diamond price numbers.
A lot of jewellery buyers post reviews of their jewellery buying experience on the internet. And that also includes pricing. However, it is likely that the reviews are from some other part of the country or continent. Or even the jeweller they have visited may not be the same as yours. While you may get a rough idea on what’s going on, you won’t be up-to-date with diamond prices.
In order to know the best price for diamonds, what you first need is standardised and transparent prices. The rest of the details simply fall into place. When out on a long holiday, there might be a need to check diamond prices from time to time. One possible scenario could be if you are planning to buy some solitaire jewellery after returning. Or suppose there’s a wedding coming up shortly after your return from the trip.
Up-to-date with diamond prices with a unique solution
Alternatively, you can simply download the Divine Solitaires mobile application to check diamond prices on the go! And that is not all. You can find out the price of any Divine Solitaires diamond, any time you want to.
The ease of checking diamond prices online is no longer limited to just websites. The brand’s website also enables you to check diamond prices. But we don’t expect you to drag your laptop along or find a cyber-cafe on your holiday. All it takes is a tap or two and you have the value and prices at your fingertips!
You can simply customise the appearance and the carat size of a Divine Solitaires diamond on the application. What you will get are the real-time diamond prices. You can compare the current diamond prices with the past prices from up to 12 years ago! If you already own a Divine Solitaires diamond, your UID (Unique Identification number) can help you track the pricing details. Staying up-to-date with diamond prices is not a hassle after all.
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