GemGuide Features FAQ's

Gemguide FAQ's

Do the prices in the GemGuide refer to retail or wholesale market price?

The prices shown are all wholesale. The diamond prices represent actual wholesale and you will not need to apply additional discounts. Colored stone prices are also at wholesale when considering memo or small quantity purchasing.

Is there additional information on how to use pricing in the GemGuide?

At the beginning of the diamond section is helpful information on how prices relate to diamond cut, fluorescence, diamond shape, diamond treatments and more. In the colored stone section, we include information on how to accurately grade and price color including analysis of color, clarity, and cut with detailed grading system. All information appears in the printed book and the digital flipbook online.

How does the GemGuide price treatments of gems?

For all gemstones listed, when treatments affect price, they are noted either by separate pricing charts such as unenhanced and enhanced charts, or with a chart such as emerald level of enhancement and its effect on pricing.

Does the GemGuide cover origin of gemstones?

For the major gems where origin plays a role such as Burma or Mozambique ruby, Burma or Ceylon sapphire, Colombia or Zambia emerald, and many more origins, we price these with individual price charts.

Create a shortcut for GemGuide Pricing in Web Browsers for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer?

To create a short cut for an internet page in Google Chrome, please follow instructions below.

1. Open Google Chrome and go to the page that you would like to create a shortcut. For GemGuide Pricing it would be the page that lists the Gem Calculator, Diamond Calculator, Pricing Tables and Settings.

2. Click on the icon with the three dots in the upper right hand corner of Google Chrome. A drop down window will appear.

3. Mouse over “More Tools” and another drop down window will appear.

4. Click on “Add to Desktop…”

5. Rename the shortcut if necessary, and click on “Add.”

Look on your desktop for the newly created icon. When accessing the GemGuide Pricing in the future, click on the new icon.

 

To create a short cut for an internet page in Firefox, please follow the instructions below.

  1. Resize the Firefox window so you can see both your computer’s desktop and the Firefox window on the same screen.
  2. Click the icon on the left of the address bar (where the URL is shown). In this example, it is a lock.
  3. While still holding the mouse button down, move the pointer to the desktop, then release the mouse button. The shortcut will be created.

Look on your desktop for the newly created icon. When accessing the GemGuide Pricing in the future, click on the new icon.

 

Internet Explorer

To create a short cut for an internet page in Internet Explorer, please follow the instructions below.

1. Open Internet Explorer and go to the page that you would like to create a shortcut. For GemGuide Pricing it would be the page that lists the Gem Calculator, Diamond Calculator, Pricing Tables and Settings.

2. In the upper left hand corner (the toolbar), go to File > Send > Shortcut to desktop.

 

Microsoft Edge

  1. If you have set Edge as you default browser, right-click on the desktop > New > Shortcut. In the “Type the location of the item field,” type the URL of the web page, in this case, enter: https://app.gemguide.com
  2. Click on “Next”
  3. Name your shortcut, then click finish.

 

NOTE: Can’t see the toolbar? Go to Tools on the right hand side, select Toolbars, check Menu box.

 

Look on your desktop for the newly created icon. When accessing the GemGuide Pricing in the future, click on the new icon.