Friday the 13th of the year has arrived and with it, an irrefutable excuse to call in sick and hide under the blankets with a baseball bat. But don’t freak out, fellow readers, we have good news for you.
Here at Worthy, we’ve decided to defy superstition. That’s right, we don’t fear you, Friday the 13th! And to prove it, we’ve gathered 13 diamond rings that don’t have time for bad luck and were sold on our platform… on the 13th.
On Wednesday, April 13th, 2016, this 3 stone ring was sold for $2,992. The center stone was graded with color D, clarity VS2, and very good cut. The seller will remember this 13th as a lucky day!
No matter what day of the month it is, a stunning sparkler like this one will get the prize it’s worth. This dazzling pear cut ring, graded with color F-G and clarity SI1 was sold for $31,755 on exactly a year ago, on Wednesday, January 13th, 2016.
This sparkler was graded by GIA with very good cut, clarity SI1, and color E. And despite all odds, it was sold on Monday, June 13th, 2016. The auction closed at $3,867.Sell Your Ring
In many Hispanic cultures, Tuesday the 13th is considered the ultimate day of bad luck. But that didn’t seem to matter for this ring, sold on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016. The stunning heart cut diamond ring, graded with color K and clarity SI2, was sold for $1,809.
Tuesday the 13th wasn’t also a big deal for this lovely bridal set, sold on Tuesday, September 13th, 2016. The center stone was graded by GIA with color H and clarity VS2, and the deal was closed for $2,875.
A gorgeous diamond like this one has no time for superstition. This GIA 0.73 CT round cut ring was sold on Thursday, October 13th, 2016, for $2,475. The center stone was graded by GIA with excellent cut, color D and clarity VVS2.
On Tuesday, September 13th, 2016, this elegant princess cut solitaire ring was sold at Worthy.com. That was definitely a lucky day for this seller, who got $2,601 for it. The diamond was graded by GIA with color G and clarity VS2.
There’s no such thing as bad luck for this bridal set. The sparkler was sold for $2,578 on Wednesday, July 13th, 2016. The item was graded by GIA with excellent cut, color H and clarity I2.
Dazzling jewels like this one make outstanding auctions, no matter what day it is. With a center stone graded as color I-J and clarity I1, and with 126 surrounding diamonds, this halo ring was sold for $4,379 on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016.
As if the 13th wasn’t considered bad enough, yellow is viewed as a bad luck color by many. But this fancy yellow diamond beat the odds at auction. The 3 stone ring closed a deal at $1,179 on Saturday, February 13th, 2016.
This vintage piece laughed at superstition when it was sold for $3,451 on Wednesday, July 13th, 2016. The center stone was a .98 CT old mine cut diamond, graded by IGI with J-K color and VS1-VS2 clarity.Sell Your Ring
This marquise cut diamond ring wrapped up the auction on Wednesday, January 13th, 2016. The item featured a center stone graded with I color, SI2 clarity and good cut. The delicate piece was sold for $1,368.
Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 was a lucky day for this ring. The 1.22 CT round cut diamond was graded by IGI with G-H color and I2 clarity. And the lucky seller got $2,909 for it!
If you still believe in bad luck, there’s no better way to drop the karma of a no longer needed piece of jewelry than selling it. Many clients have sold their rings and used the funds towards more fulfilling things. Enjoy the benefits of selling with Worthy, like free & insured shipping and a complimentary GIA or GSI diamond grading report.
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