Rafael del Molino

Rafael del Molino

CEO and Founder at 2Shapes

Triple X Diamond

Although it is not a term you will find in GIA grading reports, it is a common trade word to identify round diamonds that have excellent cut, polish and symmetry.

These GIA-graded diamonds have Excellent grades in all three of these categories, making them Triple X (X is Excellent for short). They are extraordinarily beautiful diamonds that can cost more for their incredible characteristics.

Image of a beautiful ring with a Triple X diamond, courtesy of GIA

Are they worth the price?

They are totally worth it. Triple X diamonds excel in almost every aspect, are proof of the most delicate craftsmanship possible, emit the maximum amount of light and fire, while having a fascinating pattern and greatly enhancing color.

Should you offer only this level of quality?

Definitely not: having multiple quality ranges is best, as you can offer several options and pit lower quality diamonds against Triple X to sell the latter. Offering multiple ranges always expands your potential customers. For these reasons, it is always advisable to have multiple diamond quality ranges.

What are your thoughts, will you start offering these wonderful diamonds? Schedule a 1-on-1 session with our specialists now to find out how you can get your business up and running as soon as possible.

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