Monthly Archives: March 2018

%Jeweler NYC %NYC Wholesale DiamondsNYCWD President Keith J. Saxe is on record as strongly recommending the historic value offered in Natural Fancy Color Diamonds certified by GIA.

As the economy appears to be headed in the right direction, interest rates will continue rising. This brings into question the stability of stock market investments, and has intelligent individuals seeking alternative investments with more stability and upside.

Natural Fancy Color Diamonds offer tremendous upside with growing demand from around the globe. Always protect your investment by demanding GIA certification as the most important first step in your search.

Secondly, having a relationship with a jeweler with an impeccable reputation that cares about you throughout this process is a recipe for success!

There are not an abundance of investment grade natural fancy color diamond sellers. This is an extremely positive sign of being early in the cycle and ahead of the game in investing. Colored diamond supply is limited being that only 1 out of every 10,000 diamonds is a natural colored diamond, and the demand is constantly rising. They are unique and sought after. It seems that the equation keeps tilting the right way as a diamond investor in this sector.

There is a clear path for a strong increase in demand for diamonds as an investment from the evolving strong markets such as China and India. There is also a strong increase in demand for natural colored diamonds in mature markets that are now getting more familiar the rarity and upside. Colored diamonds are by far the rarest ‘sweet spot’ going forward.

Feel free to contact NYC Wholesale Diamonds for a personal consultation with Mr. Saxe by emailing him directly at, or calling (212) 719-2214

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Aquamarine is a blue to green-blue variety of precious beryl. The beryl group of minerals is most famous for chromium-rich, green emerald, which happens to be one of the ‘Precious Four’ gems of the world (diamond, sapphire and ruby are the remaining three). Aquamarine is the official birthstone for those born in March.  Aquamarine is exceptionally hard and has an outstanding glass-like luster. It is most famous for its breathtaking sea-blue colors which can range from light blue to dark blue. The name ‘Aquamarine’ was derived from an old Latin expression which meant ‘seawater’.

NYC Wholesale Diamonds offers a magnificent collection of Aquamarine and Diamond Rings, Tennis Bracelets, Necklaces, and Earrings. We caution you to always request a certified appraisal when purchasing Aquamarine Jewelry. The more common Blue Topaz can be quite similar in appearance and is not a rare gemstone.

Aquamarine and emerald belong to the same family, but they are surprisingly different. Aquamarine and emerald are both beryllium aluminum silicates. While emerald is colored by trace amounts of chromium (and vanadium), Aquamarine color is the result of iron impurities within colorless beryl crystal. Aquamarine and emerald have essentially the same specific gravity and refractive index, but emerald tends to be hazy and full of inclusions, while Aquamarine has excellent transparency and clarity. Aquamarine, and other types of beryl, are quite durable and hard, ranging from 7.5 to 8 on Mohs scale of mineral hardness. A dark and deeply-saturated blue is the most desirable and valuable Aquamarine color.

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