As part of the announcement, the firm has published its latest listing that includes 350 recently cut diamonds. Stones now available include a number of rare items, including a 45.76-carat pair of square emerald cut diamonds, along with several vivid color pieces.
More details can be found at: https://live.bidglobal.com
Bid Global’s first 2023 event is open to both private and commercial buyers, and the firm expects it to be well attended by investors and those considering bespoke jewelry. Demand for the company’s live auctions has been driven by the highly competitive rates offered, along with the growing popularity of custom rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.
The natural diamonds mined by major operations like DeBeers, Canada Mark, and Rio Tinto are often sold in rough form to a network of international diamond cutters. Those companies then on-sell to wholesalers and dealers, with several additional stages of ownership occurring before diamonds are sold to the consumer market.
Bid Global states that this extended supply chain can significantly increase the price of loose diamonds or bespoke jewelry designs. The stones listed in the upcoming event have been sourced directly from leading diamond cutters, meaning that buyers can often acquire items at a greatly reduced cost.
All diamonds offered have been graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), along with the accredited Gemological Institute of New York (AGI). Diamonds purchased are delivered complete with all relevant certification, GIA laser inscriptions, and a diamond setting.
About Bid Global International Auctioneers
Founded in 1997, Bid Global International Auctioneers has established an industry-wide reputation for expertise and integrity. In addition to the US, the company holds regular live events in major international centers, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, London, Sydney, and Richmond, Canada.
One buyer recently stated: “I can highly recommend Bid Global’s quality and service for anyone considering purchasing cut diamonds. I was looking to build a new ring, and bought two very similar stones. They were delivered quickly and all GIA documentation was included. I was a bit of a novice the first time, but I’m looking forward to buying from them again.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting: https://live.bidglobal.com
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