What is the Rare Carat Report?
Thousands of consumers every day rely on the Rare Carat Report to tell them if the diamond they are considering buying is a good deal - and whether it has quality issues they should be aware of. Each report analyzes critical aspects of a diamond, like it’s value, cut, color and clarity, and more.
How is it free?
It is free for an introductory period, but in the future we expect to charge a fee for each report run. Take advantage of it while it is free!
Does it work on any diamond?
The AI-generated report will work only on GIA-certified diamonds. However, our unbiased gemologists will offer human reviews on any diamond for free. That said, we strongly recommend you only buy GIA-certified diamonds (the industry gold standard) so you know what you are paying for.
What is a GIA number?
The GIA assigns a unique identifying number to any diamond they have graded. This can be found at the top of the certificate, which you should always request to see. Note, if this number has been removed or tampered with, be wary of the seller and shop elsewhere.
What if a seller is hiding the GIA number from you?
Run. But seriously, without the GIA number, you cannot verify any data about your diamond with the GIA’s report check service, and we cannot conduct analysis on your stone or see if is selling cheaper elsewhere.
Who is a Rare Carat Report for?
The Rare Carat Report is for anyone that wants expert analysis on whether to buy a diamond or not. You can even evaluate a diamond you have own or are thinking of selling to get a retail price estimate and understand it’s quality.