If you have started with the daunting task of shopping for diamonds on the web, you have probably discovered how difficult it is to figure out who offers the best price for diamonds. It can be quite a pain to keep going from site to site, running individual searches on each one and then trying to compare results in several different browser windows.
Shopping for a diamond requires additional details that different websites are not able to display. If you can't see the cut, color, and clarity of diamonds side by side, then the search results are useless. You should search the diamonds by shape, weight, color, clarity, and price.
Did you ever imagine that the diamond inventory you see at one online diamond vendor is the same as many other online vendors? How is this possible? Actually these are competing companies, so how can they be selling the same exact diamonds? Simple --they don't have any inventory!!!
This is the mechanism behind the world of diamonds on the web. Retailers get lists of available diamonds from wholesalers around the country. Those wholesalers give the retailers a cost price and the retailers decide how high to mark each diamond. The difference in price between retailers can be as much as $10,000 for a large diamond! The retailers will then post that diamond to their online inventory--the exact same diamond, same shape, weight, cut, color, clarity, table width, total depth and measurements. But the price which you will pay will be different in different sites.
You can find very rare and unique diamonds on the Internet. You should be very careful when you order diamonds. Do remember to carefully examine the diamond and its color and order it online. Book your diamonds on the web and get it delivered to your doorstep.