(Closed) Where can I buy flawed/imperfect/heavily included diamonds??

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
1010 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

@dooner:  Try bluenile.com

Post # 4
538 posts
Busy bee

@dooner:  ebay is great! just do a search for loose diamonds and they will pop up! i think they are pretty too!

Post # 5
1124 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Perhaps you can try contacting the Etsy and Ebay sellers themselves to see if they can work with you on something.

Post # 6
9549 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

No helpful advice, just wanted to say that I also prefer warm stones that are generally seen as “undesirable”! Given the price differences, it’s a pretty convenient preference!

Post # 7
5660 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

Ultra Diamonds or whatever it’s called. They have awful stuff

Post # 10
292 posts
Helper bee

Bluenile isn’t going to have what you’re looking for. EBay is probably your best answer. Search for “diamond” then narrow down your selection as much as possible as in: Jewelry > Loose Diamonds and Gemstones > Diamonds > Natural Diamonds. Then sort by lowest price first to see the “ugly” ones and choose your desired carat weight to get rid of all the melee lots.


Personally I suggest you search for “diamond, -moissanite” as that comes up a lot on diamond searches and isn’t what you’re looking for.


ETA: you can use the comma space minus sign over and over again too, to get rid of rough, black etc ie: “diamond, -moissanite, -black, -rough, -raw” will only show you diamonds that don’t have the keywords moissanite, black, rough or raw in the listing. 




Post # 11
1119 posts
Bumble bee

Pompeii3 only sells i3 or worse stones and they are polished prices are cheap too

Post # 12
162 posts
Blushing bee

Try James Allen, select I1 clarity and sort by price (lowest first). There are some quite heavily included stones there

Post # 16
2981 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

You can find Pompeii3 on amazon. I second James Allen too, b/c I was looking at heavily included diamonds for fun one day, and plus, you can see a movie and photo of the actual diamond so you can see all it’s inclusions and character.

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