Wholesale Diamond Inventory
Wholesale Diamonds Dallas, Texas
Shira Diamonds in Dallas, Texas only works with the finest equipment for cutting diamonds. We have our diamond mines in Namibia and all of our diamonds are conflict free. We have a wide variety of loose diamonds, (Certified GIA and EGL USA) diamond studs, and the BEST diamond prices. We are TRUE Wholesale Diamond Dealers and Custom Diamond Ring Designers. We are now open to the public in Dallas. Give Us a Call We have all types of loose diamonds, diamond studs, custom diamond engagement rings, round diamonds, princess diamonds, cushion diamonds, and other fancy shapes
Shira Diamonds – Wholesale Diamonds & Custom Engagement Rings, in Dallas, Texas provide the private closed loose wholesale diamond purchasing experience to you the retail consumer. With our extensive loose diamond selection, wholesale diamond prices, diamond studs and custom diamond rings designs, we deliver an unparalleled diamond and jewelry buying experience. We are located in Dallas, Texas at 18333 Preston Rd Suite 215 in Dallas, Texas 75252.
As an online diamond wholesaler, we save on overhead costs incurred by traditional retailers, so called diamond wholesalers, diamond brokers and we pass those savings on to you. With over twenty years experience in the wholesale diamond industry, Shira Diamonds provides the service expected from a fine jewelry retailer while offering competitive wholesale diamond pricing.
Traditional retail stores overhead expenses can be greater than the wholesale cost of the diamond itself and these are extra expenses that consumers have to pay for but cannot wear out of the store. The question is do you really want to pay 50% to 100% more than our prices for the privilege of shopping in a lavishly decorated retail jewelry store. We keep overhead expenses extremely low and pass the savings on to you. Our prices are a fraction of discounted retail sales prices. We help you hold on to your hard earned money and still get a big beautiful diamond engagement ring.
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 expert. Complete information is available on every single diamond we sell.
With our wholesale diamonds in store we have access to a very large inventory around the world. We have a wide selection of stones, so our customers can actually see, understand and compare before they chose the right diamond for them, all very competitively priced.
If you do not find the diamond you are looking for, please contact us by text or call 214-466-1776. Our inventory is constantly changing and updating. It is likely that we can provide you with the diamond you need.
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WHOLESALE ROUND DIAMONDS
The round cut diamond is the most popular diamond shape, representing approximately 75% of all diamonds sold. Due to the mechanics of its shape, the round diamond is generally superior to fancy shapes at the proper reflection of light, maximizing potential brightness. more on round diamonds…
The princess cut diamond, first created in 1980, is the most popular fancy diamond shape, especially for engagement rings. Like round cut diamonds, princess cut diamonds are a good choice for their flexibility in working in almost any style of ring. more on princess cut diamonds.
Because the oval diamond is a modified brilliant-cut (like virtually all round cut diamonds), the two diamond shapes possess a similar fire and brilliance. However, oval cut diamonds have the added advantage of an elongated shape, which can create the illusion of greater size. more on oval diamonds.
The marquise cut diamond is a football-shaped, modified brilliant-cut. Because the marquise diamond is long and narrow, it can also create the illusion of greater size. Carat for carat, the marquise diamond has one of the largest surface areas of any diamond shape, making it a good choice when trying to maximize perceived size. more on marquise diamond.
The modified brilliant-cut pear shaped diamond is a combination of a round and a marquise shape, with a tapered point on one end. Ideally, a pear shaped diamond should possess excellent or very good symmetry. The point should line up with the apex of the rounded end. The shoulders and wings (the upper and lower curves on the right and left side of the diamond) should form uniform, symmetrical curves. more on pear shaped diamonds.
The cushion cut diamond combines a square cut with rounded corners, much like a pillow (hence the name). This classic cut has been around for almost 200 years, and for the first century of its existence was the most popular diamond shape (similar to round cut today). Refinements in cut have led to a recent resurgence in popularity. more on cushion cut diamonds.
The unique look of the emerald cut diamond is due to the step cuts of its pavilion and its large, opentable. Instead of the sparkle of a brilliant-cut, emerald cut diamonds produce a hall-of-mirrors effect, with the interplay of light and dark planes. Often, inclusions or body color are easier to see in an emerald cut diamond. more on emerald cut diamonds.
The asscher cut diamond was first produced in 1902 by the Asscher Brothers of Holland, an is a forerunner to the emerald cut. The asscher cut diamond is similar to the emerald cut, but in a square shape with larger step facets, a higher crown, and a smaller table. This combination often produces more brilliance than the emerald cut. more on asscher cut diamonds.
The radiant cut diamond is the first rectangular cut to have a complete brilliant-cut facet pattern applied to both the crown and pavilion, creating a vibrant and lively diamond. The modified square shape is a nice bridge between a cushion and a princess cut, and for that reason looks beautiful set with both rounded or square cornered diamonds. more on radiant cut diamonds.
The modified brilliant-cut heart shaped diamond is a unique and unmistakable symbol of love, popular in solitaire pendants as well as rings. Heart shaped diamonds less than .50 carats may not be a good choice, since the heart shape is more difficult to perceive in smaller diamonds, especially after they are set in prongs. more on heart shaped diamonds.