Wholesale Loose Radiant Cut Diamond Dallas
Best kept secret in Dallas since 2000. We are a diamond wholesaler specializing in creating custom engagement rings and fine jewelry. Our mission is to help first time engagement ring buyers as well as experienced jewelry shoppers find the perfect loose diamond jewelry for their need while providing the most value for their budget. We achieve this through a one-on-one consultation, where we will dedicate all the attention to you, stress-free, as it should be. We will prepare a selection of loose diamonds for you to choose from. We will teach you what you really need to know when you buy a loose diamond. Our wholesale diamonds inventory includes a variety of over 1000 diamonds ranging from 0.05ct to 10.00cts in all shapes, including round, cushion, oval, emerald, heart, pear, asscher, marquise, princess, radiant diamonds and more (GIA, EGL certified). Our diamonds are manufactured and cut at our factory in Israel, ensuring you will get the highest diamond quality for the best price possible. After choosing a diamond from our vast wholesale inventory, we will diligently work with you on choosing the perfect engagement ring setting. Our jewelry designer can take any design or sketch and turn it into reality, making your jewelry a one-of-a-kind piece. Other services we offer: jewelry cleaning, appraisals, jewelry repair, and jewelry repurposing. Each diamond ring purchase includes ring sizing, an appraisal, lifetime ring cleaning, and lifetime upgrade guarantee.
Wholesale diamonds for sale in Dallas, Texas at Shira Diamonds. We offer loose diamonds and custom diamond rings. If you would like to view our wholesale loose diamonds and custom diamond rings please call or text 214-466-1776.
Diamonds have been Numero Uno since time immemorial and have been exceedingly popular as jewelry since the dawn of human civilization. While there are a number of cuts that emphasize the brilliance and fire of a diamond including a host of fancy shapes, certain cuts are recognized for their traits and have been used as the centerpiece of many famous jewelry through the years.
The Radiant diamond is a superb combination of the elegant square shape and the eye-popping brilliance of a round cut. It took the genius of Henry Grossbard, a master craftsman more than 33 years to create this excellent cut in 1977. The square and rectangular shape in diamonds that did not compromise on brilliance were favored by the hip and happening crowd thereafter and the radiant cut diamond soon became available everywhere.
All radiant cuts, however, are not alike. You have the square, the rectangular along with other variations that might be best described as rectangularish or squarish. This variation of shapes will allow you the freedom to choose the best shaped radiant for a specific piece of jewelry. Most ladies are eager to seek out the best radiant that matches with their fingers too. No matter what the occasion, you are liable to find a radiant diamond that suits you..
It is important to check out the four Cs when you are keen on purchasing a radiant diamond though. The popularity of this cut has resulted in a number of imitations stones in the market although none of them can match the brilliance of an original radiant cut diamond most of the time. The spread-out carat weight of an original stone makes the diamond appear larger too. This is a trait that is rarely found in a fake radiant cut diamond.
While many individuals think of a radiant diamond merely as a Princess cut diamond where the corners have been cut off, a connoisseur of diamonds knows the truth, however. The primary difference between the two lies in the way the diamond reflects light. While a conventional Princess cut has a linear life where there are alternate black and white lines of light reflected from its facets. The telltale sign of a dark X formed at the center of a Princess diamond is completely missing in a radiant.
The genuine radiant cut has a circular life that can be explained as light entering through various facets that then gets reflects numerous times within the stone thus emphasizing its brilliance many times over.Buying a radiant cut diamondis certainly not a 1 minute task. There are several aspects to consider here. When the length to width ratio of a radiant diamond happens to be between 1.00 and 1.05, you get a square shaped one. The ratio of a rectangular radiant is usually more than 1.10. There is nothing superior or inferior about either of the shapes though. Your choice will depend on your preference here.
We sell a variety of certified and non-certified loose diamonds. Each diamond in our inventory is conflict-free and personally hand-picked and examined by our diamond experts. Complete information is available on every single diamond we sell.