Each of the company’s 2023 auctions will be accompanied by a detailed catalog, with the latest edition featuring over 300 recently cut diamonds ranging from 1.5-carat to 16-carat in size. All items offered have undergone grading with the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), in addition to the Accredited Gemological Institute of New York (AGI).
Current and future listings can be viewed at: https://bidglobal.com/gia-graded-loose-diamonds
Along with Los Angeles, Bid Global states that its 2023 live events will be open to both private and commercial buyers from other locations, including New York, Miami, Texas, and Illinois. The wholesale nature of the auctions makes them suitable for those who are seeking loose diamonds as an investment, or for bespoke jewelry, such as rings, bracelets, pendants, and/or earrings.
The value of loose diamonds is usually determined using the 4C appraisal system, which was introduced by the Gemological Institute of America. This metric grades a stone’s cut, clarity, color, and carat-weight, and is a central consideration for those who are attending one of Bid Global’s live online auctions.
As mentioned, all diamonds offered by Bid Global have passed through a multi-stage appraisal process, which is designed to provide additional assurances regarding the value and quality of each stone. All diamonds are supplied with accompanying documentation, a GIA laser inscription, and setting.
Bid Global’s latest listing also features several vivid color stones, such as yellow, pink, and green. While the 4C grading system gives greater value to diamonds with no color or impurities, vivid/fancy colored stones are prized for their rarity, and therefore command higher prices. The firm states that these diamonds represent a strong investment opportunity.
About Bid Global International Auctioneers
Founded in 1997, Bid Global has established an industry-wide reputation for integrity and expertise in the sale of diamonds, gemstones, jewelry, and timepieces. The company maintains exclusive supply agreements with some of the world’s leading diamond cutters, allowing auction attendees to acquire loose diamonds at some of the most competitive rates in the market.
“We have approximately 30,000 cut diamonds to auction at all times,” company CEO Julian Turobiner recently stated. “The diamonds are cut, sent to GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and directly listed to us for immediate sale, prior to international submission to dealers and wholesalers. Clients benefit from tremendous value, outstanding quality, and superior customer service.”
Interested parties can learn more about upcoming events at: https://live.bidglobal.com
Bid Global International Auctioneers
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