Diamond Price Statistics

Compare Diamond Prices, Loose Diamonds, Price per Carat

The Rapaport Diamond Report™ is the international trade price list for polished diamonds. It
lists prices that are ‘traded off’ (usually at discounts) based on their
shape, size range, color and clarity.

Some consumers and retailers
compare diamond prices with those listed in the Report but large
variations in cut grades are not part of the report.

PriceScope presents this Price Report with average
and lowest per-carat prices taken from all the (+350,000) stones listed
here. This is real time information for your benefit.

Please select shapeThere are eight common diamond shapes. They are round, marquise, pear, oval, heart, princess/radiant, emerald, and trillion. The round is the most popular (the rest are called 'fancy-shaped'). There are also other shapes created and sold by manufacturers. and cutThe cut (make) of a diamond refers to the proportions given to the polished diamond by the diamond cutter. The cut is the most important of the 4Cs (cut, color, clarity, carat) in determining the diamond's overall beauty. or caratThe standard unit of measurement of the weight of a diamond. One carat equals 1/5 of a gram or 1/142 of an ounce. 1 carat=100 points. range to generate a report

shapeThere are eight common diamond shapes. They are round, marquise, pear, oval, heart, princess/radiant, emerald, and trillion. The round is the most popular (the rest are called 'fancy-shaped'). There are also other shapes created and sold by manufacturers.

caratThe standard unit of measurement of the weight of a diamond. One carat equals 1/5 of a gram or 1/142 of an ounce. 1 carat=100 points. range