- Why should I buy coloured diamonds?
- Which type of coloured diamonds should I choose for my investment?
- How do I invest in the right diamonds?
Buying coloured diamonds is one of the most exclusive investments you will ever make. The gems are incredibly rare and in total only represent 2% of the annual diamond production. Plus demand for coloured diamonds has exploded in recent years. Their value has therefore increased exponentially.
Why should I buy coloured diamonds?
Raw materials will always be a stable investment. Especially the categories with intrinsic value like platinum, gold and diamonds top the list as a long-term smart investment. Tangible investments are very popular, especially during economically turbulent times. You can make this investment even more lucrative with rare coloured diamonds. This low supply and the exploded demand will continue to push up the price. This is why they are the perfect choice for a major investment with high returns.
Which type of coloured diamonds should I choose for my investment?
As is the case with ordinary diamonds, you can certainly also buy loose coloured diamonds. These should be kept in your safe or you can eventually liquidate these. Loose diamonds are the easiest as a result of their lack of maintenance and because they take up very little room. In addition to loose diamonds, you can also buy jewellery or other accessories with rare diamonds. These will go for more money as a result of the combined intrinsic value of all raw materials and the craftsmanship involved.
Jewellery will require a little more maintenance, but these can eventually be sold on with a high return. The jewellery’s history will also contribute to its eventual value. Plus they are a unique status symbol during special events.
How do I invest in the right diamonds?
You can easily buy rare diamonds by letting the diamond expert do all the work. He will start looking for the right piece of jewellery, or the perfect stone, based on your requirements. This means you won’t need to make any effort for a reliable result. The jeweller will determine the quality of the diamond based on the 4 C’s of diamonds. They will also thoroughly establish the intensity and quality of the colour. How do I know if the jeweller is reliable? Look for certificates issued by worldwide diamond institutions such as IGI or GIA for a reliable jeweller.
Where can I easily and quickly invest in coloured diamonds? Ask BAUNAT’s diamond experts for advice.