Explore Our Range of White Loose Diamonds

The Diamond Jewellery Studio specialises in crafting custom jewellery for life’s special moments. We do this by maintaining contacts with diamond sellers and wholesalers all over the world.
Support from our international partners allows us to source loose diamonds in a huge variety of colours, cuts, styles, grades and values.

We also provide the option for clients to purchase wholesale diamonds through our team. As Brisbane’s most trusted diamond wholesaler, we provide access to loose white diamonds from reputable mines all over the world. We only work with registered De Beers Sightholders, so we’re able to verify the origin and grading of every gemstone we handle.

If you are interested in purchasing loose diamonds for your collection or for a piece of jewellery, contact our team or explore our catalogue above, including pink diamonds from the Argyle mines.

How Wholesale Diamonds are Graded

Our international partners have access to a broad selection of wholesale diamonds. These vary greatly in quality and price, allowing the Diamond Jewellery Studio to source precious stones for every collection or diamond engagement ring.

Wholesale diamonds are graded according to the Four Cs:

Colour – The colour of loose white diamonds is graded from D to Z, with D being the most pure. D-grade diamonds have almost no hue, like a drop of water, while Z grade diamonds may be slightly yellow or brown in appearance.

Clarity – The clarity of a diamond is a measure of internal defects, and whether these defects affect the appearance of the stone.

Cut – Diamond cut is a description of how the diamond has been shaped. The cut of a diamond affects how it interacts with light, and it requires precise artistry to craft diamonds that sparkle.

Carat – Carats refer to how much a diamond weighs. Each carat is 200 milligrams. Higher carat weight generally translates into higher value.
These four factors determine the value of each loose diamond, as well as how its value will perform over time. If you’re purchasing wholesale diamonds as an investment, we recommend selecting the best diamonds in your budget.

Demand for high quality, high clarity diamonds has grown steadily for decades, so these diamonds will provide the best returns in the long-term.

Wholesale Diamonds FAQ

Loose diamonds are cut diamonds that are sold on their own. That is, the diamond is not set into a piece of jewellery, such as an engagement ring.

It’s possible to source loose diamonds in a wide range of colours, sizes and grading levels. White diamonds (also known as clear diamonds) are some of the most common options, but you can also find specialist pieces such as pink, blue and yellow diamonds.

Clients often purchase loose diamonds to create custom engagement rings. Selecting from our catalogue of loose diamonds allows you to choose precious stones from all over the world. This gives you the freedom to create something beautiful and utterly unique.
Loose diamonds may also be purchased for collections, or as an investment. Like other precious resources, the value of diamonds fluctuates over time, and they have seen substantial growth in recent decades.

Wholesale diamonds offer modest savings over loose diamonds sold at retail prices. As a rare and valuable resource, the wholesale value of diamonds is similar to their resale value. It’s possible to save a small percentage of the diamond’s value by purchasing from a reputable wholesaler.
The grading system used for diamonds means that wholesale prices are standardised all over the world. This allows the Diamond Jewellery Studio team to provide the best possible pricing when sourcing stones from our global suppliers.

Yes. It’s typically possible to negotiate the price of wholesale diamonds. Negotiations depend on the seller, and some vendors may be unwilling to lower the prices of their loose diamonds.

t’s important to verify that you’re dealing with a reputable diamond wholesaler. You can do this by looking for internationally-recognised accreditations by organisations such as Gemological Institute of America (GIA).
Your diamond wholesaler should also be able to provide documentation on every stone, showing its providence and grading details.