You can upload matched pairs of diamonds to RapNet, or diamonds that are eye-clean or diamonds with no BGM.

When uploading, you can also set the availability of your diamonds to guarantee their availability, set them as out on memo, or hide them on RapNet using status NA.

Read on to find out how, or jump to a section with these links:


Listing Diamonds as No BGM

You must upload values to both the Shade and Milky fields.
Only diamonds with the value None will be considered as No BGM diamonds and will be included in diamond results when members select No BGM diamonds in the search form.

Leaving the columns blank does not mean your diamond has no shade or is not milky. It just means you haven’t specified its value.


Listing eye-clean diamonds

Add a column to your upload called “Eye Clean.” Acceptable values are Yes, No and Borderline. Input the appropriate value in the Eye Clean column.

Many members are using the Member Comment field to communicate additional information (including Shade and Eye Clean) about their diamonds. This is fine, but remember, if you don’t upload the values to the "Shade" and "Milky" fields, the diamond won’t show as No BGM or Eye Clean. Remember to upload the values to the "Shade" and "Milky" fields too.

NOTE:

  • Many members use the Member Comment field to communicate additional information (including Shade and Eye Clean) about their diamonds. This is fine, but remember, if you don’t upload the values to the Shade and Milky fields, the diamond won’t show as No BGM or Eye Clean.

  • Refer to https://technet.rapaport.com/Info/LotUpload/FieldsAndValues.aspx for Field names and values when uploading to RapNet.


Listing matched pairs of diamonds

You can choose to list your matched diamond pairs as separable as well, meaning that you don’t mind selling them as a single unit or together.

Matched pairs that are not separable on RapNet do not filter through to the Instant Inventory diamond feed.

Uploading matched pair of diamonds in a single upload

  1. Enter the diamond's Stock #

  2. Enter the stock number of the corresponding diamond (in the pair) under the field name "Matched Pair’ field

  3. Select "Is Pair Separable"

    1. Grayed-out implies "No" which means that the diamond will only show up when searching for pairs.

    2. Moving the slider to blue implies "Yes" which means that the individual diamonds will show up in single diamond searches as well as pair searches.

If diamonds are a pair and they are marked NOT separable they will NOT show up in single diamond searches.


Uploading matched pair of diamonds in multiple uploads: RapNet XL or a CSV stock file

  1. Enter the Stock # for each stone.

  2. Enter the stock number of the corresponding diamond (in the pair) under the field name "Pair Stock #”.

  3. Choose to list the matched pairs as separable as well, meaning that you don’t mind selling as a single unit or together.

  4. Go to field name "Is Matched Pair Separable" and set the value to either ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

    1. "Yes" implies that the individual diamonds will show up in single diamond searches as well as pair searches.

    2. "No" means that they will only show up when searching for pairs.

If diamonds are a pair and they are marked NOT separable they will NOT show up in single diamond searches.

NOTE:


Diamond Availability

Sellers can give their diamonds 3 statuses:

  1. G = Guaranteed available. This means the seller has immediate access to the diamond. City/State/Location must be specified.

  2. STPS = Diamond is available Subject to a Prior Sale. This is a disclaimer saying that the diamond is available conditional upon ("subject to") the goods not yet sold to another party.

  3. M = Diamond is currently out on memo. This means that the diamond has been lent to another dealer/jeweler who's trying to match the diamond to a potential buyer. It is not sold yet.

Sellers can also set their diamonds to NA [not available]. This results in the diamond not appearing in search results, but will still be listed on the 'Manage my Listings' page.


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