Diamond Pawn Shop


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

With over 80 years in the industry, we ensure accurate appraisals, along with the most competitive prices and repayment terms available in the market.

Bring your loose diamonds or diamond jewelry to us, where our quick and uncomplicated loan process awaits you. We accept them in all shapes and sizes. Once evaluated by our experts, secure the best loans against them, exclusively at Broff’s.

Keep ownership of your items and manage repayments at your convenience. 

Additionally, we only charge 3% interest on collateral loans.

Now, let’s delve into the factors that affect the value of your loan on diamond

Diamond Carat Weight

First, we will evaluate your diamond. Our staff, who are diamond experts, will measure and examine your stone using various tools.

We can evaluate stones either loose or mounted in jewelry.

What’s more, we commit to offering you the highest price after comparing it with the current market price.

Diamond Cut Grade

The cut of a diamond significantly affects its quality of light return or sparkle.

As a result, it plays a crucial role in determining the value of a diamond.

Other elements that are considered when assessing the loan amount granted for an item are stones with older styles of cut, or irregular cuts. 

Diamond Shape

We accept diamonds in all shapes and sizes.

Nonetheless, certain shapes like Round and Oval are of higher value when compared to other shapes.

Due to changing tastes over time, some diamond shapes that were once very popular have also fallen in value as demand has declined.

Diamond Color Grade

Another crucial factor we consider before providing a loan on your diamond is its color grade.

Colorless diamonds, graded as white, are considered of the highest quality and fetch significantly higher values than diamonds of other color grades.

Contact a diamond expert

We are looking forward to assist you to loan on your diamond or sell your diamond.

Please complete the form, and we will send you your initial quotation

Form Guide

Round Shape Diamond
Princess Shape Diamond
Emerald Diamond Shape
Oval Shape Diamond
Radiant Shape Diamond
Asscher Shape Diamond
Marquise Shape Diamond
Heart Shape Diamond
Pear Shaped Diamond

Color of the Diamond Definition

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

Diamond Clarity Definition

Clarity indicates the absence of internal inclusions and surface blemishes under 10x magnification.

Diamond Cut Definition

The diamond cut indicates how well the diamond facet interacts with light.

Diamond Polish Definition

Indicated how smooth each facet of the diamond is to let light pass through.

Carat Weight Definition

This measures the weight of the diamond. One carat weighs 0.2 grams