Our South Florida certified diamond buyers pay you the highest amount for your EGL certified diamonds, GIA diamonds, large diamonds and small diamonds in South Florida and Greater Fort Lauderdale. Come by our store or make an appointment by contacting us now!
Sell your EGL Diamonds and GIA Diamonds
We want to buy your large diamonds in Fort Lauderdale and South Florida
- Sell your GIA Certified Diamonds
- Sell your Certified Diamonds
- Sell your Large Certified Diamonds
- Sell your EGL Certified Diamonds
- Sell your AGL Certified Diamonds
- Sell your IGL Certified Diamonds
- Sell your GCI Certified Diamonds
- Sell your GLA Certified Diamonds
- Sell your UGL Certified Diamonds
- Sell your Estate Diamonds
We pay the Highest Prices for GIA Diamonds & Certified Diamonds in South Florida
We buy GIA Diamonds, Certified Diamonds, EGL Diamonds and large Diamonds. We buy all shapes (rounds, hearts, marquise, ovals, princess cuts, emerald cuts, mine cuts, European cuts); we buy all sizes (large, small, melee); we buy all qualities (modern, chipped, broken, flawed and flawless); we buy all types (modern, antique, estate). We also buy loose diamonds and diamonds that are mounted (engagement rings, tennis bracelets, earrings, pendants).
We buy diamonds certified by any reputable laboratory: GIA, AGS, EGL, AGL, IGL, GCI, GLA, UGL, certified diamonds, estate diamonds, canary, Tiffany and many more. If you don’t have a laboratory certification, our gemologists can provide this service. We are experts at evaluating and appraising diamonds.
“I sold my 2 carat diamond ring to Keno Brothers and was really pleased with their professionalism and the amount of money I got back. Highly recommended.” – Jane Stafford, Ft. Lauderdale
Here’s why we pay more for your unwanted Diamonds in South Florida:
We are Graduate Gemologists, trained at the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) with many years of buying experience. We have a very large client base of collectors. Therefore, we can offer you more for your diamonds than the other “so-called buyers”. Everybody claims to be the best, but we back it up. As members of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers, our Gemologists are masters at appraising your diamonds for cut, color, clarity and carat. We know how to accurately identify and evaluate diamonds and separate them from look-alikes such as cubic zirconias and moissanites. We’ve been here a long time; we are a family-owned business, established in Fort Lauderdale in 1978.
When you sell your diamonds in Fort Lauderdale to Keno Brothers, you cut out the middlemen and sell directly to the owners, which nets you a higher payment. Many of the diamonds we buy from the general public go directly into our estate jewelry collection, for sale to our own clients who want and need your valuables. We are also Power-Sellers on Ebay with a worldwide exposure; many of these purchased diamonds are placed into one of our many auctions. Thus, we are able to work much closer with both the sellers and the buyers. Please explore this website by clicking through the above tabs.
Then visit our store, located at 2000 E. Sunrise Blvd., in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. We are here to help. And we are here to buy.
We are ranked as the Number One Estate Jewelry Buyer in South Florida for good reason.
Visit us today to find out how valuable your diamonds are!
The 4 C’s of Diamonds
On every diamond that we buy, our GIA Graduate Gemologists in Fort Lauderdale will examine them for the main factors that determine value:
The brilliance of a diamond is directly related to it’s proportions and finish. Nicely cut diamonds will have more brightness and sparkle. Poorly cut diamonds may be darker in appearance and thus less valuable.
Diamonds may appear colorless (white) or tinted (yellowish). Generally speaking, white diamonds are more valuable than tinted diamonds. However, natural diamonds have been found in every color (red, blue, green, yellow, etc.). Diamonds may also be treated to artificially enhance their color.
Most diamonds contain certain identifying characteristic that are found in their interior.
This refers to the size of the diamond.