Diamond Price Chart
This diamond price chart shows changes in diamond prices over the past few years for different sizes. Note the price dip late 2008 (the economic crisis) and recent stabilization or even rises; diamonds under 4ct never rose as much nor fell as far.
The source is real live market data, as the prices of most of these diamonds are set by Business to Business listings with vendors typically adding 10% or less to the wholesale price. There are more than a dozen different vendors listing over 450,000 diamonds on PriceScope. This diamond price chart is updated monthly.
Updated 1/01/2015, the chart shows retail prices for 0- to 0.5-carat and 2.0- to 4.0-carat diamonds decreased by 1%, while prices for 1.0- to 2.0-carat diamonds decreased by 2%. Prices for diamonds in the 0.5- to 1.0-carat range increased by 4%. And prices for diamonds in the 4.0- to 99-carat range remained unchanged in December.
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