Loose Diamond with High Loan Value

Get a Quick Loan on Your Diamond

We offer the highest loan on loose diamonds and diamond jewelry.

With over 80 years in the industry, we promise accurate appraisals, and the most competitive prices and repayment terms in the market.

Bring your loose diamonds or diamond jewelry to us. Our loan process is quick and uncomplicated. We accept them in all shapes and sizes, irrespective of their condition. Then, get them evaluated by our experts and secure the best loans against them, only at Broff’s.

Keep the ownership and the money and make payments against your loans at your convenience. Additionally, we only charge 3% interest on every valuable item you secure a loan against with us.

Diamond Carat Weight

This is the first aspect our experts will evaluate. Diamonds are typically pricey due to their carat weight. We will therefore offer you the highest price after comparing it with the current market price.

Diamond Cut Grade

The cut grade of a diamond is an imperative factor in ascertaining the value of a piece at the time of loaning it. Consequently, since the cut of a diamond significantly affects its quality, we advise aiming for a score ranging from “Excellent to Good-cut diamond”. By following this recommendation, you can ensure you get the highest value on your Broff’s loan.

Diamond Shape

We accept diamonds in all shapes and sizes. Ranging from round to emerald-cut diamonds, we offer the best prices and highest value loans at a mere 3% interest rate. After administering your diamond on various grounds, our experts will offer you a quote you can decline or accept at your convenience. Certain shapes like Oval, Princess, and Round are of higher value when compared to other shapes.

Diamond Color Grade

One of the other crucial factors that we consider before providing a loan on your diamond, is its color grade. Based on the purity of the diamond and what color grade it coincides with the most, our experts will determine its value and offer you a quote accordingly. White color grade or colorless diamonds are considered of the highest quality and are valued significantly higher than other color grades.

This refers to the absence or lack of color in a diamond. The less color the diamond has, the more rare the diamond is classified to be
D, E, F are Colorless Diamond Values | G, H, I, J are Near Colorless Diamond Values | K, L, M are Faint Color Diamond Values | N is a Light Color Diamond Value | Fancy Diamonds have distinct colors such as Yellow, Blue or Pink
Clarity indicates the absence of internal inclusions and surface blemishes under 10x magnification.
The diamond cut indicates how well the diamond facet interacts with light.
Indicated how smooth each facet of the diamond is to let light pass through.
This measures the weight of the diamond. One carat weighs 0.2 grams.
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