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Diamond Prices

HOW Cash for Diamonds are the UK’s leading buyers of Diamonds, loose Diamonds or Diamond Jewellery such as rings and necklaces.  There isn’t a diamond that we will not buy and if it is encased within some beautiful jewellery, all the better for us as buyers and also the seller, as the material will also carry a value.

The price we offer for diamonds varies, but here we are explaining why the price overall either increases or decreases.

All markets have their drivers which reflect the price; supply and demand is always an aspect, as is the economic climate. If their is a recession generally the price of certain items reduces, in the Gold market the price of gold actually increases as there is less confidence in the currencies around the world.  The Cash for Gold sector has its greatest growth in the early part of the century with thousands of websites opening and nearly every Jewellery shop offering a service to buy back Gold.

Currently there is a global shortage in diamonds which has pushed up the price of diamonds by roughly just over 10% in the last 3 months (written in October 2013). This means that diamond manufacturers will either have to cover this cost themselves or pass it on to their clients by increasing the sale price of the diamond Jewellery.

People looking to purchase diamonds or diamond jewellery will notice then when browsing the Internet or viewing items with diamonds in shops as we do not believe that the total increase will be covered by the retailers or manufacturers.

This is not a new issue that the Diamond industry have had to deal with, in 2010 / 2011 it was reported that Diamond prices were increasing 18% year on year. Diamonds are becoming more popular and traded more than in the past.  In addition, the costs to obtain diamonds are increasing.

If you are looking to purchase diamonds we believe that you will see the cost of the diamond has increased, but this also gives an opportunity to the buyer in that the purchased item can be seen as an investment.  We feel we should state that investments can go up as well as down.

If you are in possession of diamonds or Jewellery with Diamonds manufactured in Jewellery we are also confident that the price you can gain from the sale, has increased year on year.

If you are looking to cash in on your investment or are looking for a price for your diamond jewellery, please contact http://www.howcashfordiamonds.com

HoWCashForDiamonds is a trading style of Jewellery Cave Ltd.

Registered in England No. 06616633.

Diamond buying Office :: Howcashfordiamonds, 48b Hendon Lane, Finchley, London N3 1TT

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Terms and Conditions

  • HowCashForDiamonds.com is a company within Jewellery Cave Ltd and enables us to trade under the various brands we promote; Jewellery Cave Ltd is registered in England & Wales 6616633, whose registered address is 13 Station Road, Finchley, London N3 2SB

  • These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the Laws of England and Wales and are the basis for the establishment of relations between "you" and "us".

  • Our provisional offer is based on your original description, on the assumption that the description provided is completely accurate, we value the goods in faith as falls within prevailing market rates and according to accepted industry standards.

  • Our provisional offer is not contractually binding.

  • Upon receiving your goods, it will be compared to your original online description to confirm they match.

  • By sending us your property you agree to us testing the diamonds.

  • If we find a variation in your original online description which affects the valuation of the offer, we reserve the right to adjust the offer either upwards or downwards, depending on our valuation compared with your original description.

  • Conditional offers are subject to contract, and are not legally binding until after we have physically inspected the items, confirmed to you verbally or by email, phone or written letter.

  • We will need to identify you, we only need copies NO ORIGINALS TO BE SENT, you will need to provide 1 proof of photo i.d. For example (Passport, Photo Driving Licence, or National Id Card). Also 1 proof of home address dated within the last 3 months for example. Please post copies in your Special Delivery Packet or you can scan and email them to sales@PawnDirect.co.uk, or fax the documents to fax number 0208 369 5900.

  • How Cash for Diamonds can provide basic packaging for your items which comprise an insert envelope and Royal Mail Special Delivery tamper proof bag. It is your responsibility to ensure that your items are securely and appropriately packaged, including the use of additional and/or item specific packaging. How Cash for Diamonds cannot be held responsible for damage to items sent in inappropriate packaging.

  • Our nominee to act as your shipping agent for your property is Royal Mail. The Royal Mail Special Delivery Service provides insurance cover for loss or damage to Your Property in transit, up to a market replacement value of £2,500.00. If you think the market replacement value of your goods is more than £2,500.00, it is your sole responsibility to take out additional insurance for that part of the market replacement value which exceeds £2,500.00. If you choose to despatch goods of a replacement value exceeding £2,500.00 via the Royal Mail Special Delivery Service without arranging any additional insurance cover, you agree that you are doing so at your own risk, and that you will have no claim on us and/or the Royal mail for any amount exceeding £2,500.00 of the replacement value of any goods lost, damaged or devalued in any way in the course of The Royal Mail Special Delivery Service. See www.royalmail.com/ special delivery page

  • You agree that we (How Cash For Diamonds) are not liable in any way if Royal Mail refuses any insurance claims in relation to Your Property.

  • While we will provide you with information that we have to help you in any dispute or claim that you may have with your shipping agent, we cannot be held liable for any failure in the shipping agents performance or of its obligations to you. Under the Data Protection act we will not have access to your claim against the shipping agent and we cannot act on your behalf in any part of the claim or dispute with the shipping agent.

  • It is your responsibility to obtain and retain the receipt for proof of postage and unique tracking number from the Post Office when sending your items to us, see www.royalmail.co.uk / special delivery page.
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