- Aug 15, 2000
Can you translate?
Maybe it's just me, but I can't decipher the meaning of the chart....
And apparently right now there is a big demand for 2.5 ct ancient diamonds but low supply. That fact would skew the estimate in the opposite direction. Add quality differences and there are too many moving parts.
My prediction is well and truly on the record.It's possible that demand for Natural Diamonds will stay strong, and keep prices stable in spite of rising production of diamonds made in factories, which seems likely to occur.
Which seems likely to result in many more poor quality Lab Grown Diamonds coming onto the market.
That could sustain prices on the best handpicked Lab Grown stones......
The data mostly comes from government records of $$$'s - but it is better than zip