the rarity report

why rarity?

Owning a fancy color diamond is a statement of individuality and an expression of one’s unique personality. The Rarity Report highlights this uniqueness by detailing the gem’s rarity grade and its prevalence compared to similar diamonds entering the market annually. It’s an essential report for those seeking to understand the true rarity and value of their natural color diamond.

why rarity?

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rarity grading

rarity grading

Out of 33 million carats of rough, on average only fragments of a
percent are Fancy Color Diamonds. Most of them will not pass through
the GIA laboratory as they are too small and do not require a
grading report. The diamonds that do go through the grading process
stand for approximately 3% out of all diamonds submitted to the GIA
every year. It is important to remember that rarity is first and
foremost a result of natural circumstances. However, we need to
understand that manufacturing decisions also impact the rarity
grade.

The rarity report

How rare is a natural fancy color diamond? This is a fascinating
question that, to this day, can only be answered using the FCRF
algorithm. The vast amount of data, collected from the diamond
supply chain, was carefully documented and analyzed over the years,
enabling us to determine how many fancy color diamonds enter the
market each year.

 

Retailers report that this one-of-a-kind input is
the most important information they rely on during a sale, and
certainly the most prominent fact collectors remember long after
they have purchased a diamond. Once the color, shape, saturation,
and clarity have been selected, the FCRF algorithm will generate a
report that reflects the market prevalence of your specific natural
fancy color diamond.

The rarity report

the added value

the added value

The FCRF rarity tool lets you discover how rare your fancy color
diamond is. Rarity output is based on data from mining companies,
GIA studies, fancy color manufacturers around the world, and
extensive online surveys. The information reflects an ongoing data
analysis of most colors and sizes analyzed by the GIA.

 

No other entity has taken the task of collecting, analyzing, and publishing
the average amounts of each type of fancy color diamonds that enter
the market every year. As such, there is an absolute lack of
knowledge about rarity in the industry and outside of it.

Discover Diamond Rarity

The FCRF Rarity Report (FCRP) allows jewelers and collectors to discover how rare a Fancy Color Diamond is. The rarity output is based on data from the GIA, Fancy Color manufacturers worldwide, and online surveys, reflecting years of research and data analysis. This report reflects the yearly prevalence of the most traded colors and sizes.

 

The FCRF is the only organization with the resources and market understanding to undertake the task of collecting, analyzing, and publishing the average number of new Fancy Color Diamonds entering the market every year.

Discover Diamond Rarity