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We Buy

Buying Diamonds In NYC

New York Gold Buyers specializes in buying diamonds. We are looking for engagement rings, diamond necklaces, large diamonds, rare diamonds, loose diamonds and more. If you have any diamonds that you looking to get rid of, then we are the best place to sell it.

Cash For Your Diamonds


Our Gemologists are certified. They can offer you the most cash for any diamond you have to sell. New York Gold Buyers buy large, rare and small diamonds, wedding and engagement rings and other diamond jewelry. We also buy loose and different colored diamonds. Our favorite colors to purchase are blue, red, violet, brown and yellow diamonds.

Diamond Expertise

The Universal Language to Define Diamonds


The 4 C's

The 4Cs have become the standard for describing a diamond's specific characteristics. The combination of Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat represents a diamond's value and rarity.


 Diamonds are made deep within the earth by a tremendous amount of heat and pressure. This process is completely organic and will create internal inclusions and surface blemishes on all diamonds. Diamonds with fewer of these blemishes are deemed to have a higher clarity. Clarity is graded on a scale ranging from FL to I, showing a number of inclusions.



 A diamonds sparkly is largely determined by its cut. A crafted-cut diamond with symmetrical and aligned facets will be able to reflect light gorgeously. It takes true craftsmanship to create facets that are proportionate and able to collect maximum light to increase a diamond's twinkle.



 Diamonds exist on a scale of many different shades. It ranges from brilliant white to pale yellow. The subtle differences are graded on a color scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow). Diamonds can also have different hues. For example, yellow, pink, blue, orange, green and red.



A diamonds carat is the measure of weight for all diamonds. Precise measurements are taken to the hundredth decimal place to ensure complete accuracy. A metric ‘carat’ is defined as 200 milligrams.