RAMAT GAN, Israel, Nov. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyber Monday is coming up again and the Israeli Diamond Industry is once more offering consumers very attractive deals on loose diamonds and diamond jewelry on its popular e-commerce platform which goes live today. Developed by the Israel Diamond Institute Group of Companies (IDI), the dedicated website Israel Diamond Deals is offering fancy color and white diamonds, as well as diamond jewelry from some of Israel's leading companies at discounts of up to 50%. Since IDI is providing the sales platform at no cost to sellers, consumers can enjoy greater discounts than can be expected elsewhere.
Israel Diamond Deals enjoyed unprecedented success when it was first launched last year on Cyber Monday. Giving consumers direct access to one of the world's leading diamond centers, the site is again offering hand-picked diamonds and diamond jewelry in the following categories: polished white and natural fancy color stones, engagement rings, right hand rings, pendants, earrings and bracelets. Discounts on the items range from 6% to 50% and list prices start at $700 and go up to over $450,000.
The most expensive item is a 6.82 carat fancy vivid yellow radiant diamond of VS2 clarity and GIA certified, selling for $366,000 after a 20% discount. A 0.63 carat fancy intense yellow radiant diamond of VS1 clarity and certified by the GIA sells for $1,260, after a 50% discount. A black diamond and pearl bracelet listing at $700 is being offered at $560.The least expensive item is a 7 diamond engagement ring set in gold for $500 at a discount of 27%.
The Cyber Monday Israel Diamond Deals sales platform will be live from November 23 – December 4.
The Israeli Diamond Industry, while still largely B2B, has expanded in recent years into retail sales, with many companies offering loose stones and jewelry online. Each of the Israeli companies featured on the site is experienced at fulfilling B2C sales, either through their own sites or through eBay or Etsy. IDI has provided active support and training to enable more Israeli diamond companies to sell online to businesses and consumers.
IDI Managing Director Eli Avidar said, "Israeli companies are interested in expanding their reach into consumer markets, especially via digital marketing channels. IDI provides them with the tools to take advantage of these technologies, easily and inexpensively."
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SOURCE Israel Diamond Institute Group of Companies (IDI)