Post # 17
Get the certification from GIA and then sell it on ebay. I would start by asking 9,000 and go down from there if it doesn’t sell. 5500 would be my absolute bottom, but that would only happen if I was unsuccessful for a WHILE first.
Post # 18
$5300 is a good offer for it. My sister sold a tiffany’s 1ct that cost $28000 for $2500 because she needed the money toward her custody battle. The economy is low, and diamonds are WAY over priced to begin with.
Post # 19
I agree that 50% of the original price is a good offer considering it’s second hand, we’re in the grip of a recession, and the diamond has no GIA certificate. Take the money and run!
Post # 20
I would get it GIA certed, I think that’s about 300. Then I would list it for 7500-8000. I wouldn’t take less than 6.