How Much Are Grillz?
We are frequently asked “How much do grillz cost?” Unfortunately, it is not a simple answer because every set of grillz, or gold teeth, varies in price. The price of grillz varies depending on metal purity, gold weight, design, diamonds or gemstones used, and labor costs.
A solid gold tooth made in 10 karat costs around $225, while a 8 teeth in 10K solid gold will cost $895, or just over $110 per tooth.
On the higher-end of the grillz price spectrum, some people, like famous rapper Quavo, are known to have paid upwards of $250,000 for their set of custom diamond grillz. Quavo’s notorious diamond grillz are handmade using invisible-set VVS baguette stones.
The average bottom 6 grillz made in 10 karat gold usually cost around $700 - $800 when you purchase from a higher-end manufacturer.
The price of gold changes even more often than the stock market does. This causes the cost of grillz to change on a daily basis because the raw material being used, gold, fluctuates in price.
There are also a ton of different options when choosing your set of grillz. These gold teeth options include:
- Material Purity (10k gold, 14k gold, 18k gold, 22k gold)
- Gold Color (Yellow Gold, Rose Gold, White Gold)
- Extended fangs
- Diamond cuts
- Diamond dust
- Open face
- Deep cuts
- Genuine diamond set
All of these options will have a direct impact on the price of your grillz. The price of a bottom 6 iced out with VVS diamonds will be substantially more expensive than a plain solid gold set of fangs.
How Much are Custom Grillz
When you are ready to purchase your set of luxury custom grillz, make sure you go with a reliable manufacturer. Making custom gold teeth that fit properly is a multi-step process and requires a certain set of skills that only come with experience. The last thing you want to do is purchase a set of grillz at a discounted price, only to realize that you have issues with them fitting on your teeth. At that point, you have paid hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars for a set of grillz that you are unable to wear because they do not fit properly.
At Luxe Grillz we pride ourselves on being a luxury manufacturer and only use the best materials when handcrafting each one of our grillz specifically for our client.
We understand that buying jewelry or grillz is an exciting, yet expensive experience; so we are here to offer you the trustworthy customer service you need to feel comfortable when you are ready to purchase. Custom grillz are considered to be luxury items, which is why it is imperative for you to work with a gold teeth expert when you are ready to buy your set of grillz.
Our custom grillz options start $225 for a single gold tooth and our 10k solid gold fangs start at $345. We do not offer any gold plated grillz or any pre-made “costume-style” grillz. We only use precious metals for our custom grillz and do not have any stainless steel.
If after reading this, you are still curious “How much do grillz cost?” please check out our Grillz products page and browse through our standard solid gold teeth options. Remember that we make your grillz to specifically fit your teeth. This means that we will send you a mold kit in the mail so you can take an impression of your teeth. After you mail us back your teeth mold, our in-house team of gold casters will get to work on your custom gold teeth. Once completed, the grillz will be uniquely made to fit your smile.
We also make custom grillz so please contact us with any design ideas you may have. We would love to hear about anything you are interested in having made.
How Much Are Grillz?
If you are wondering, “How much are grillz?” you are not alone. We receive this question pretty frequently from customers who are interested in gold teeth, or “gold slugs” or “gold fronts,” as they are commonly referred.
There are a number of grillz manufacturers who sell knock-off or pre-made grillz for under $50. These grillz are usually plastic or can sometimes be gold plated around stainless steel and are universally sized. This means that you will not have to worry about having a professional mold taken, because the pre-made grillz will be a one size fits all. These pre-made grillz are typically used for costume/halloween parties and are not too heavily sought after.
Custom Grillz pricing depends entirely on the number of teeth, gold purity, if you wish to have diamonds or other gemstones added, and other finishing options such as diamond cut and diamond dust, and deep cut.
Typically, high quality custom gold grillz start at around $200 - $250 per tooth when you order a single tooth. However, it is common to receive a better price per tooth when you order grillz with more teeth. Bottom 6 grillz in 10K solid gold costs $745 and if you want to upgrade to 14K gold, we charge $945.
If you are interested in adding diamonds to your smile, we can make that happen too. We have in-house wholesale diamond buyers who specialize in setting diamonds and other rare gemstones in grillz and other jewelry pieces.
If you are still wondering “How much are grillz?” and would like to receive a quote, visit our customize your grillz page and we will provide you with a quote shortly.
How Much Do Gold Grillz Cost?
Before deciding to purchase a solid gold set of teeth, most people are probably curious to know “How much do gold grillz cost?” Gold grillz pricing depends on the gold purity you wish to go with. Options include 10karat, 14karat, 18karat. High quality custom gold grillz start at around $150 - $250 per tooth, and the price per tooth typically decreases the more teeth you purchase.
The cost of solid gold grillz is a combination of the total price of the gold being used for your teeth and the cost of labor added in manufacturing the grillz. Manufacturing grillz is a multi-step process that takes years of knowledge and experience to get the process right. In addition to the labor and cost of gold, there is also professional materials and expensive equipment used to take the mold and cast the grillz. When you purchase a set of grillz, you want them to fit properly and the smallest mistake can result in you paying a large sum of money for a set of gold teeth that you are unable to wear because the mold was not taken properly or the manufacturer did not know how to make the grillz properly. To avoid this, make sure you work with a trusted grillz expert when you are ready to upgrade your smile.
Solid gold grillz start at $225 for a single tooth in 10 karat gold and 14 karat single tooth grillz cost $295. We have a number of different gold teeth options available and we would love to make you a custom set of grillz if you have any unique ideas.
Most popular grillz being purchased today are the solid gold k9 fangs and the solid gold bottom 6. We offer yellow gold, rose gold, and white gold options for both the k9 fangs and the bottom 6.
Other popular grillz are the solid gold bridge grill, which includes two solid gold fangs and a bridge going across the top of the teeth connecting the fangs. Celebrities like Miley Cyrus have been known to wear this grill from time to time.
All of our grillz are custom manufactured in Los Angeles to specifically fit your teeth, and we make it our goal to provide you with the highest quality customer service and pieces possible.
How Much Do Diamond Grillz cost?
Over the past couple years, the number of artists, athletes, influencers, and celebrities wearing diamond grillz has gone through the roof. We have seen artists like Quavo, athletes like Ryan Lochte, and many others show off their diamond smiles and it seems like the designs continue to get more and more exotic. Who can overlook the Tekashi 69 rainbow style grillz? Tekashi 69 has a rainbow set of ceramic grillz and also owns a rainbow set flooded with diamonds and other rare colored gemstones.
With the recent increase in the number of celebrities upgrading their smile, most people are curious to know, “How much do diamond grillz cost?” The answer to this question depends on labor (diamond setting) and the material and quality of diamonds used. Diamond grillz are made in a similar way to solid gold grillz. The only difference is that most manufacturers will make the gold grillz a little bit thicker so that they can add diamonds and other gemstones on top of the gold. If you do not make the grillz thick enough, the diamonds will not be secure and will likely fall out over time. This is something you definitely do not want to happen.
When purchasing your set of diamond grillz, you must decide on if you would like to use 10karat gold, 14karat gold, or 18karat gold. When adding diamonds to any piece, it is typically recommended to go with 14karat or 18karat because the higher quality gold will add a naturally brighter glow. However, if you decide to go with 10karat you should still be extremely happy with how your piece turns out.
The next decision you will have to make will be choosing the quality of diamonds you want to use for your iced out grillz. Diamond clarity makes a major difference in the price of your grillz and most people can notice the difference if you put them side by side. Here is a diamond clarity chart:
- FL (Flawless): Only about 2% of all stones fall into this category
- IF (Internally Flawless): Small surface blemishes that are only noticeable under a 10x magnifying glass.
- VVS1/VVS2 (Very Very Slight Inclusions): Very very small inclusions that are only noticeable under a 10k magnifying glass by trained professionals after intense searching.
- VS1/VS2 (Very Slight Inclusions): Minor flaws which are not visible to the naked eye. Need a magnifying glass to notice.
- SI1/SI2 (Slight Inclusions): Minimal flaws which may be noticeable to the naked eye.
- I1 (inclusions to 1st Degree): Visibly flawed to the common observer.
Typically when manufacturing iced out grillz with diamonds, smaller stones are used to cover the entire surface of each tooth. Most clients decide to go with SI, VS, or VVS stones.
Choosing between using SI stones versus VVS stones will give you a different shine and the price will also be different. For example, a single 14karat gold tooth covered in a mixture of brilliant-cut SI clarity diamonds will cost $1,075. While the same 14karat gold tooth covered in VS+ diamonds will cost $1,335 & VVS diamonds would cost around $2,235.
Another option when picking out your diamond grillz is choosing your diamond shape. Most standard diamond grillz are made using brilliant round cut diamonds. However, you can also make grillz using princess cut, cushion cut, marquis cut, or a number of different alternative diamond cuts. The cut to the diamond will also be reflected in the overall price of your diamond grillz.
In the case of most diamond grillz, the diamonds are set using a prong setting technique. This technique uses a prong, almost like a small metal claw, to hold the gemstone into place. The prong allows for more light to hit the gemstone from a number of angles which gives it a beautiful glowing effect. An alternative to the prong setting on diamond grillz is invisible setting. In an invisible setting, there are no visible prongs and the diamonds are squeezed close to each other creating pressure which helps to keep the stones from falling out of the grillz. Invisible setting gives you the impression that the diamonds are miraculously being held in place without any prongs or adhesive. Choosing to have your grillz made with invisible set diamonds is a time consuming process and will contribute to the labor and overall cost of your grillz. Quavo has a set of invisible cut diamond grillz which are rumored to have cost him around $250,000.
The diamond setting can be just as important (and sometimes costly) as the actual diamonds themselves. In order to get the quality iced out grillz you want to flaunt, you need to work with a diamond setter who has experience working on grillz. Trust me when I tell you that the last thing you want is to do is spend thousands of dollars on a set of grillz only to have the diamonds falling out. Also, if the diamonds are not set properly, you will be overpaying for a set of diamond grillz that do not look the way you expected them to.
There is a reason why diamond grillz cost as much as they do. Diamond grillz cost as much as they do because in order for them to be done right, you want to have an experienced diamond-setter working with the best possible materials. That is the only way you can assure yourself that you are going to get the best possible result.
If after reading this, you are still wondering “How much are diamond grillz?” or you have any other questions, please give us a call! We would love to hear from you.
If you have any custom grillz ideas, we would love to hear about them and work with you to turn them into reality. We have worked with a number of different rare gemstones and materials, including sapphires, rubies, emeralds, topaz, enamel, and many more.