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Buy Rough Diamond, the value of diamonds as an investment is of significant interest to the general public, because they are expensive gemstones, often purchased in engagement rings, due in part to a successful 20th century marketing campaign by De Beers. The difficulty of properly assessing the value of an individual gem-quality diamond complicates the situation. The end of the De Beers monopoly and new diamond discoveries in the second half of the 20th century have reduced the resale value of diamonds. In econometric and volatility analysis, investing in diamonds of a minimum of 1 carat (preferably 3 carats) are necessary to exhibit safe haven and hedging properties against downturns in international equities markets.
Rough Diamond Price List

Tavernier’s law (or Indian law) is used to determine the price of a diamond. The formula is for basic calculation and demonstrates how the price of a diamond increases along with its size. Larger gemstones are rarer and go up rapidly in price. Diamonds of 25 carats and more usually have their own names.

Price = W^2*C

where:

  • W is the weight in carats
  • C is the basic price of a one-carat stone

Example of Rough Diamond Price

Here is how the price of a diamond might go up with the formula applied to a $1000-per-carat base price:

  • 1ct = $1,000
  • 2ct = $4,000
  • 5ct = $25,000
  • 10ct = $100,000