Coinciding with the announcement, the firm also published its latest catalog, featuring a selection of new diamonds in cushion cut, emerald cut, oval cut, pear cut, and more. All stones have been graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and include a laser inscription, as well as accompanying appraisal reports.
More details can be found at: https://live.bidglobal.com
Bid Global expects its upcoming auctions to appeal to the custom jewelry market, owing to the wholesale pricing available through such events. Diamonds are offered in a variety of sizes, making them suitable for use in bespoke earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and rings.
While wholesale diamond auctions have traditionally been frequented by jewelers and/or investors, they have become increasingly popular among private buyers who wish to commission custom jewelry. Wedding and engagement rings remain a large segment of this market. However, many pieces are also now created for birthdays, anniversaries, and other special occasions.
The diamonds in Bid Global’s new catalog have been sourced directly from some of the world’s leading diamond cutters, allowing the firm to offer highly competitive rates. The company believes that this drives interest in the custom jewelry market, as pieces can often be created for less than off-the-shelf products.
The firm’s supply partners purchase directly from reputable global mining operations, such as Alrosa, DeBeers, Rio Tinto, and Canada Mark. In addition to more favorable pricing, Bid Global states that this provides additional assurance about the use of ethical mining practices.
About Bid Global International Auctioneers
First formed in 1997, Bid Global International Auctioneers now spans 3 generations of experience, and has built a strong reputation in the industry for its integrity and expertise. The company seeks diamond grading from both the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), and the Accredited Gemological Institute of New York (AGI).
A company representative recently stated: “Currently, Bid Global has exclusive rights to be the only auction house to work with the largest diamond cutters, who are authorized bulk purchasers of rough diamonds. The diamonds are cut, sent to GIA, and directly listed to us for immediate sale prior to international submission to dealers and wholesalers.”
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