According to these criteria, there are no auctions.
Process of Classical Auction of Rough Diamonds
- Process of Classical Auction of Rough Diamonds
- When selling rough diamonds at a Classical Auction, the seller must be registered and comply with the requirements for diamonds and their origin.
- Lot from 1 carat for one unit of the goods to any quantity with all valid documents.
- When creating a lot, the seller assigns the starting price of his product, which is visible to all visitors to the site.
- In addition to setting the starting price, the seller also assigns the step of the auction to increase.
- The seller appoints the start and end dates for the auction, the deadlines for accepting applications in accordance with the requirements of the Public Offer.
- Exposed lot should be with a pedantic manifesto, and certified by the homological laboratory.
- The seller must provide the trading procedure and the necessary documents for the readiness and ability to sell the product in accordance with the conditions of the section.
- The seller is obliged to provide quality color photographs of goods. Front and rear view, or areas of damage.
Required product information
- Lot, the number of carats
- Initial price of the auction
- Description of the lot, documentation for each lot
- Goods must be presented at the Auction in accordance with the classifications indicated in the export document (previous estimates, certificates or receipts)
- Payment procedure
- Delivery and destination Brinks, Malca Amit or any international airport.
- Check in the port of the buyer or in security places, in banks Brinks, Malca Amit
- Digital photographs of the sealed packaging and the attached KPCS certificate are accepted and stored in the records for registration for verification purposes.
- Diamonds for sale must be accompanied by a Kimberley certificate and a legal export license from the seller country.
- Goods must be sold at the Auction by the seller or the dealer who is the holder of the certificate.
- At the auction, rough diamonds can be sold to buyers from countries that are part of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS).