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Bid On GIA-Graded Oval Blue Diamond Engagement Ring At Online Gemstone Auction

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Bid On GIA-Graded Oval Blue Diamond Engagement Ring At Online Gemstone Auction

When you're shopping for a diamond ring, it's no secret you're evaluating settings and shapes that have been marked up again and again, but did you know the final price you see in the store is between 300% - 1000% over the stone's original value?

When you buy diamonds at auction from Bid Global International Auctioneers, you're paying for the price of the diamond before it even goes to the wholesaler.

Bid Global International Auctioneers have approximately 30,000 cut diamonds available at all times. Consult the Bid Global International Auctioneers website to see what's up for bidding right now and register for an upcoming on-site live auction to enjoy a unique buying experience on exclusive one-of-a-kind sourced cut diamonds for the very same exceptional quality you'd find at your local jewelers, minus those three and four-digit percent markups.

See what strikes your fancy right now, and start bidding, at https://bidglobal.com

With three generations of experience, Bid Global International Auctioneers maintain an outstanding international reputation for integrity, experience, and industry knowledge. This is the company you'll want to partner with for the exquisite diamond you have in mind for that special someone. One of the most regal options you can browse right now is the oval cut large blue diamond ring. Take a look and then place your bid on one of today's most popular, classic diamond cuts.

Did you know that the earliest oval shaped diamonds date back to the 1300s? The shape only appeared in literature by the 1800s but were perfected and made popular in the mid-1900s by a cutter with a talent for bringing out the best in a rough stone.

The oval shaped cut is considered a “fancy” shape. When you choose the oval shape you're choosing a diamond that bursts with brilliance and represents relationship longevity and even immortality. (Why not stack your odds?)

Because of its elongated shape, an oval cut diamond can appear larger than other shapes of the same carat, so you are truly ensured the best possible value when you choose this style. You can even upgrade your setting to create a ring, pendant or bracelet you design yourself for a one-of-a-kind jewelry piece that captures you, heart and soul.

Bid Global International Auctioneers is your best source for GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and AGI (Accredited Gemological Institute of New York) graded diamonds. Why? Because they have exclusive rights to partnerships with the world’s largest leading diamond cutters who purchase rough diamonds in bulk. This means the diamond you bid on was directly listed for immediate sale before international submission to dealers or wholesalers. You get diamond store quality at your desired pricing.

When you purchase from Bid Global International Auctioneers you'll receive a diamond that was inspected for authenticity by Certified Gemologists and comes with a Certificate of Appraisal. All Certificate descriptions are unconditionally guaranteed to be 100% accurate. Your diamond will come with a GIA certificate and also have the GIA certificate number laser inscribed on the girdle.

You can bid in person, online at a live auction, by telephone, or by absentee bid. Bid Global International Auctioneers hosts hundreds of auctions per year in major cities throughout the United States, Great Britain, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Secure the best price on a 2022 large blue oval cut diamond ring by consulting the Bid Global International Auctioneers website and registering to place your bid.

Are you ready for the deal of a lifetime? Visit https://bidglobal.com to learn more.


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