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Selling your diamonds can be an aggravating and nerve racking affair. Just follow the easy steps of selling diamonds in Atlanta, Georgia. At Ermitage Jewelers, we specialize in buying 0.70 carat diamonds or higher, used engagement rings, designer jewelry and more. Our certified gemologist is standing by to make you top dollar offer. Our company has a record of 30 years treating customers with respect and dignity, always. Call or submit a form for a quick quote and to schedule an appointment.

Round Princess Oval Marquise Pear Cushion Emerald Asscher Radiant Heart


Ermitage Jewelers

Ermitage Jewelers
1442 Dresden Drive, NE
Suite 255
Atlanta, GA. 30319

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Ermitage Jewelers makes diamond sale a breeze. We offer a easy and convenient way to sell your diamonds with a instant payment. We are located conveniently in Atlanta, Ga, serving cities such as Roswell, Alpharetta or Marietta, Ermitage Jewelers is based in the heart of Brookhaven Village next to Buckhead with easy access from I-85, I-285 and I-400 We take pride in our unmatched customer service, which is why we would like to make it as easy and hassle free as possible for you to sell your diamonds. Below you will find all of the information you need to make an educated decision about your sale.

Loose Diamonds Size Chart

.75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00
mm: 5.90 6.50 7.00 7.40 7.80 8.20

2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 4.00
mm: 8.50 8.80 9.10 9.40 10.40

When selling loose diamonds, size is an important factor. Approximate ratio is displayed to the left for your convenience. Please, keep in mind that depending on your screen resolution, the pictures can change in size which is why it is preferable if you know the actual size of your diamond for a more exact quote. However, if you can approximate the size of your diamond, we will be able to give you an approximate quote over the phone.

The word "carat" refers to the weight of the diamond and equals to 0.2 grams although most people perceive the term "carat" as a reference to the size of the diamond. The term "carat" is a modern day iteration of the "carob" or seed. In the ancient times, traders and jewelers would measure the size of the diamond by comparing them to certain sized seeds.

Two diamonds of equal carat weight can, however, be very differently priced. Such price differences are determined by a few factors such as shape, color, and flaws.

Diamond Certified By

Ermitage Jewlers sells diamonds that are GIA, EGL, and IGI certified. GIA or Gemological Institute of America, is an independent gemology lab that is not affiliated with any diamond wholesaler. EGL is another independent gemological lab that certifies some of our diamonds. IGI or International Gemological Institute certifies also helps us in certification of our stones to insure that you are receiving the best quality.

Diamond Cuts

Shape is the next important factor to consider when you are selling your diamonds. The shape of the diamond is generally determined by the raw, unprocessed stone. The flaws and their location on the unprocessed diamond, the popularity of certain shapes on the market, and preservation of total carat weight , all dictate the final shape of the stone.

Round: The shape that is considered a "constant" is a round brilliant cut, other shapes fluctuate in their popularity depending on the fleeting fancy of the day's fashion. Round cut diamonds maximize the impact that the stone produces by enhancing its brilliance through proper refraction of light. Round cut diamonds are generally brighter than diamonds of other cuts.

Princess Cut: Princess Cut diamonds are the general favorite in engagement ring settings. This shape was introduced in the 1980s and took the market by storm due to the shape's flexibility in setting any style of ring.

Oval: Oval cut diamonds create an illusion of greater size because of their unique shape. Much like the round cut diamond, oval cut diamonds have a greater degree of brilliance.

Marquise: Marquise cut diamonds produce the same brilliant effect as oval and round cut diamonds do, however a marquise shape can appear significantly larger than an oval or a round cut diamond due to its "football" like shape.

Pear Shaped Diamond Cut: Pear shape is a hybrid of a Marquise cut and an Oval cut. Ideally, a pear shape diamond is symmetrical with its point lining up with the apex of the rounded edge making the "wings" equal in size.

Cushion: Cushion shape takes its name from its resemblance of a pillow. The shape is a combination of square cut diamond with rounded corners. This cut has been popular for over two centuries making it a timeless choice for any ring or other jewelry.

Emerald Cut: Emerald cut diamonds are prized for their uniquely wide "table" and "step cuts" in the "pavilion" allowing for interplay of light and dark creating a deeply intriguing effect. The downside of Emerald cut is that the flaws and color inclusions are more evident.

Asscher: Asscher Brothers of Holland were the first to introduce this cut in 1902 making it an instant hit. This cut is similar to the Emerald cut but with larger "step cuts" and a smaller "table".

Radiant: This is a vibrant and fiery cut. The Rectangular diamond will provide your ring or other jewelry with modern flair and sophistication. This cut has some attributes of brilliant cut to the "pavilion" and the "crown" making it as bright as the Round or Oval cut diamond.

Heart Diamond Shape: This is an extremely popular shape in pendants and engagement rings making synonymous with the feeling of love. Heart shape diamonds are of a modified brilliant cut giving it some attributes of rounded shape brilliance. As a rule, heart shape diamonds smaller

Diamond Color Chart

Diamonds come in a variety of colors, some of them highly prized (pinks, blues, even yellow). However in a white diamond, the presence of a yellow tint will lower the price of a diamond. The less body color in a white diamond, the more true color it will reflect, and thus the greater its value.


While there are differences in color between D, E, and F diamonds, they can be detected only by a gemologist in side by side comparisons, and rarely by the untrained eye. D-F diamonds should only be set in white gold / platinum. Yellow gold reflects color, negating the diamond's colorless effect.


While containing traces of color, G-J diamonds are suitable for a platinum or white gold setting, which would normally betray any hint of color in a diamond. Because I-J diamonds are more common than the higher grades, they tend to be a great value. An I-J diamond may retail for half the price of a D diamond. Within the G-J range, price tends to increase 10-20% between each diamond grade.


Beginning with K diamonds, color (usually a yellow tint) is more easily detected by the naked eye. Set in yellow gold, these warm colored diamonds appeal to some, and are an exceptional value. Others will feel they have too much color. Due to its perceptible color tint, a K diamond is often half the price of a G diamond.


Diamonds in the N-R color range have an easily seen yellow or brown tint, but are much less expensive than higher grades.


For almost all customers, S-Z diamonds have too much color for a white diamond.

Diamond Clarity Chart

Because they are formed deep within the earth, under extreme heat and pressure; virtually all diamonds contain "birthmarks"; small imperfections inside the diamond (called inclusions), or on its surface (called blemishes). Clarity refers to the degree to which these imperfections are present. Diamonds which contain numerous or significant inclusions or blemishes have less brilliance because the flaws interfere with the path of light through the diamond.


No inclusions or
blemishes are
visible to a skilled
grader using 10x

Extremely rare, less than 1 in 5000 jewelry quality diamonds are rated FL..



No inclusions,
only blemishes
are visible to a
skilled grader
using 10x

FL and IF diamonds appear identical unless viewed under 10x magnification by a skilled grader. Less than 3% of jewelry quality diamonds are rated IF.


Very, Very
Slightly Included:

Inclusions are
difficult for a
skilled grader to
see under 10x

VVS1 inclusions are typically only visible from the pavilion, while VVS2 inclusions are visible from the crown. In each, the inclusions are invisible to the eye, appearing identical to the higher grades unless viewed under 10x magnification by a skilled grader.


Very Slightly

Inclusions are
clearly visible
under 10x
magnification but
can be
characterized as

nclusions are not visible to the naked eye. Perhaps 1 in 100 untrained observers can detect VS2 inclusions with the naked eye, on close inspection under ideal conditions.


Slightly Included:
Inclusions are
noticeable to a
skilled grader
using 10x

SI1 is the lowest grade with flaws often invisible to the naked eye. SI2 inclusions are usually visible to the naked eye, although they will require close inspection.


Inclusions are
obvious under
10x magnification
and may affect
transparency and

I1 diamonds have inclusions that are almost always visible to the naked eye.

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