I Would like to know the whether 14k is for gold or is it 14c for diamond
its just the change of one character but finally it may result in huge change when the cost is calculated.
They cost a dollar in most pubs.
A 10.42 carat round HRD certified diamond, I color, VS1 clarity costs about $320,000 . You can email our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org visit www.dubaiwholesalediamonds.com/diamond-search/ and browse the collection.
Garnet stones vary in price depending on the stone size, setting and clarity. A cheap stone could cost you as little as Â£5 whereas a large, valuable stone could cost as much as Â£4000.
Its tricky, carbon in Diamond form means "Diamond",it could cost from a couple of Dollars a carat (Industrial) to say 2000 Dollars a carat(Gem quality) or more.........
A local jeweler may be able to answer your question.You'll need to be specific and include these facts about the ring:Metal and its karat gradeCutColourClarityThe last three being details about the stone.
Stone for stone, a diamond will cost more than a sapphire.
Today at Blue Nile, you can spend from US$553,000 to US$1,159,000 for a stone of about this size.
A red diamond will cost you more than a blue diamond, given that all other characteristics of the stones are equal.
A natural blue diamond is a rare diamond and will be very pricey. In April 2010, a five-carat vivid blue stone was auctioned in Hong Kong with estimated bidding to range between US$4.6-$5.8 million. In May 2009, Sotheby's Geneva auctioned a 7.03 carat, internally flawless, fancy vivid blue stone for US $9.48 million. Read more about these stones, below.
You can buy a stone like this from Blue Nile today for a little more than US$500.
You can buy a round cut stone of this weight today from Blue Nile and spend from US$5,400 to US$6,300.
One the Diamond Nexus website, the average cost of a three stone diamond ring is around $1,200. The average cost of a three stone ring with other gems added, such as emerald, ruby or sapphire is slightly lower.
You can buy one today on Blue Nile, a little smaller than 16 carats -- 15.67 -- and spend a little less than US$1,000,000 for the stone.
You can purchase a diamond today from Blue Nile and pay between US$242 and US$416, depending on the quality of the stone. The higher quality diamonds of this weight will cost you from US$450 to US$786 when buying from the same vendor. Then you'd have to purchase a setting for the diamond.
You can buy a diamond about 13 carats from Blue Nile today and spend between US$535,000 and US$1,763,000. Then you'd pay for the metal setting for this stone.
Black diamonds generally cost less, stone for stone than a comparable white diamond. The exact price of a black diamond will depend on the size, cut, carat weight and visual desirability of the stone. A local jeweler can show you options.
The cost of this expertise depends on the raw stone you present, or the instructions you give to a diamond cutter to re-shape the existing cut of a gemstone.