How to Sell a Graff Diamond Ring
Graff is a luxury jewelry brand synonymous with important diamonds.
Sell a Graff diamond ring confidently for the best possible cash price.
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Thought by many to be the heir to Harry Winston, British diamond dealer and retailer Laurence Graff may in fact be the new “King of Diamonds.” His concentration on gem-focused jewelry and large, famous stones has earned him a reputation that puts his house at the forefront of the modern jewelry industry, including the increasingly popular marketplace for pre-owned diamond jewelry.
A Graff diamond engagement ring is especially sought-after, regardless if the item is new or previously-owned. Many cost-conscious shoppers actively search out pre-owned engagement rings, especially high-brand rings from elite diamond jewelry brands such as Graff. This enables jewelry buyers such as Diamond Estate to pay the very best prices for a second-hand Graff engagement ring — for we know that the demand for the item will be high, and thus we won’t have to wait months trying to sell the ring via our international resale network.
While we purchase most Graff diamond jewelry, we pay premium prices for engagement rings, necklaces, and earrings set with diamonds over 2 carats, including Graff’s popular fancy yellow diamonds.
Let us help you get the most money for your Graff diamond ring today. Our estate jewelry experts will gladly answer any question you have about the value of your Graff jewelry and provide you with a free market appraisal. Give us a call or send us a message with a few details about your ring or other item from Graff.
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Real Reviews From Customers
It was a pleasure working with owner Carl Blackburn. He bought a diamond from me and the process went as smooth as I could have ever imagined. I contacted his company via the website, read more sending him the diamond's specifics. He quickly returned with an offer. He then sent a FedEx Overnight label via email. The diamond was in his office the very next day and he immediately contacted me saying he needed a few hours to evaluate my diamond. Then he called me. We talked about the qualities of my diamond. Carl was very honest and kind. I agreed with his evaluation and he wired me the money. It was in my bank the very next day! I highly recommend.
Thank you so much Paula for your professional handling of my heirloom diamond. When we first talked on the phone, your totally professional and knowledgeable demeanor regarding the read more diamond business assuaged any trepidation I had about sending my diamond. I was impressed with the way you shopped my diamond to get me the best possible price. When we agreed on the price the money was wired to my account within the hour. Well done! I will not hesitate to recommend Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers to my friends and will tell them to ask for you by name!
Wonderful service! Paula made the selling process so easy for me from beginning to end. I live out-of-state, and she walked me through, step-by-step, exactly what to do to work with read more Diamond Estate to sell my diamonds. The process was effortless on my part! The owner gave me an excellent price. Paula was very professional and a pleasure to work with. I highly recommend working with Diamond Estate.
I had a wonderful experience selling them my diamond ring. Paula was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I would definitely do business with them again.
I needed to sell a 2 carat diamond and based on the excellent reviews, I decided to contact Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers. I sent an email with the GIA report details and within 30 read more minutes I had a response from Paula with an estimated offer. After deciding to move forward, Paula emailed me shipping instructions and a prepaid FedEx label. I shipped my diamond and everything went incredibly smoothly. Paula, the buying consultant with whom I worked, was incredibly responsive and knowledgeable. I am absolutely thrilled with my experience and would recommend Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers to anyone looking to work with true professionals.
A Brief History of Graff
Born near London in 1938, Laurence Graff left school at age 15 to become an apprentice at a jewelry store. While his initial experience of sweeping floors and cleaning toilets didn’t further his career, his perseverance paid off as he eventually learned the trade repairing rings and other pieces. By age 22, Graff had his own small jewelry business in London, but his big break came when he decided to travel to the Far East. In Singapore, he happened to meet the Crown Prince and Princess of Brunei (later the Sultan and Queen), and their patronage led the way for many other elite, ultra-rich clients.
Graff’s jewelry business has always been known for handling important diamonds, beginning with the acquisition of the Star of Bombay in 1974. Other famous stones that have passed through Graff’s house include the Grand Coeur d’Afrique, a seventy carat, heart-shaped flawless diamond, and The Empress Rose, a flawless, pink, pear-shaped diamond weighing just under 90 carats.
The Wittelsbach diamond, a stone of royalty since 1644, was famously repolished by Graff in 2008. The resulting stone was renamed the Wittlesbach-Graff, the largest internally flawless natural fancy deep blue diamond ever graded by the Gemological Institute of America.
Should I Auction My Graff Diamond Ring?
If you are thinking about auctioning your Graff diamond ring, either through an online auction or bricks-and-mortar auction, contact Diamond Estate first. There are pros and cons to consider when attempting to auction a large Graff diamond ring — as well as associated auction fees that you may not be familiar with.
We will discuss with you all your options for auctioning or selling your item, as well as everything that we know about its value on the estate jewelry marketplace. We provide this information entirely free of charge, regardless of whether you sell your Graff diamond ring to us.
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We purchase diamond estate jewelry from most Graff collections, including Butterfly, Nuage, Bow, Snowfall, Carissa, Bombé, and Peony.