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#1

Has anyone had any experience dealing with DiamondFloor.com? They
seem to have very good prices on large diamonds but before I go and
spend large amounts of working capital I’d like to know what others
have to say.

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#2
Has anyone had any experience dealing with DiamondFloor.com? They
seem to have very good prices on large diamonds but before I go
and spend large amounts of working capital I'd like to know what
others have to say. 

I have been buying stones from DiamondFloor.com for the past few
years and have had positive experiences with them. They do have very
good prices and I have been satisfied with my purchases which have
mostly been between 1 and 3 ct. stones. One thing to be aware of is
that their stones are sourced from dealers all over the world and
that the shipping cost is not refundable if you want to return a
stone. I have not had to return any stones. I usually only buy
stones with a GIA certificate as opposed to other lab certificates
because I believe that the GIA grading is more accurate, despite the
recent problems of GIA.

The usual, just a satisfied customer, no connection to
DiamondFloor.com.

Joel Schwalb
@Joel_Schwalb
www.schwalbstudio.com


#3

I have used DiamondFloor for many years and have been quite happy
with them. You can usually find what you want, and the prices are
good, sometimes great. The only problem I’ve had is that they
sometimes have stones listed on their site that are not available.
They can’t really control this, since it is individual dealers who
list the stones, but it’s a pain if you think you’ve bought a stone
and then find out later that you didn’t. Also, (just to cover all
the negatives) stone prices can be listed as either negotiable or
non-negotiable. I have had some dealers refuse to lower the price
even though the stone was listed as negotiable. On negotiable stones
you can usually get a couple of percentage points off the asking
price which is enough to pay for shipping and ins.($50) and perhaps
have a little left over. You have to pay (wire transfer is prefered)
before you get the stone, but you can return it if you are not
satisfied. (I’ve never had to return one) On the whole I’d give them
an 8.5 out of 10

Steve Midgett
Earthshine Mokume Inc
www.mokume.com