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StoneAlgo's Fair Price Estimate is like a Zillow Zestimate for diamonds. This estimate is based on machine learning analysis of ^sa-replace_text_0^ diamond inventory sourced from top online jewelers. Our fair price estimate is not an offer to buy or sell diamonds.
There are certain factors that may not be considered in a price estimate. As a result, there are categories of diamonds that may have more fluctuation in their market prices. These include fancy colored diamonds, diamonds with strong+ fluorescence, and diamonds with a clarity grade of SI1 or lower.
This is the range you would expect to see for ^sa-replace_text_0^ diamond prices based on today's price estimate and variance in prices from top online jewelers.
Keep in mind that the more data we have for a given diamond category the better the estimate range will be. So, for more rare requests (e.g. 4 Carat Marquise K IF diamonds) the range may be very wide.
Price per carat is calculated by dividing our price estimate by the diamond's carat weight. Our "Estimate Price per Carat" of ^sa-replace_text_0^ is equal to our "Estimate Price" of ^sa-replace_text_1^ divided by the "Carat Weight" of ^sa-replace_text_2^
Price per carat is a useful metric when comparing diamonds of different sizes. For example, a 1 Carat diamond with a price per carat of $4,023 would have a total price of $4,023 x 1 = $4,023. A 2 Carat diamond with a price per carat of $4,023 would have a total price of $4,023 x 2 = $8,046.
Use our free diamond price calculator to estimate the current retail price for diamonds. Our price estimates are updated daily based on our massive database of online jeweler inventory sourced from top-rated jewelers. To see more diamond data and up-to-date price charts, visit our diamond price indexes page.
Updated: Thursday February 22, 2024
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