What are Lab Grown Diamonds?

Lab-Grown Diamonds are grown in the labs using cutting-edge technology that creates the same heat and pressure as in the crust of mother earth. The only thing that makes a lab-created diamond different from a natural diamond is its origin. They share the same chemical makeup as natural diamonds and are optically identical.

Why should you choose Lab-Grown Diamonds?

Ethical

As these diamonds are created in the labs, there's no trace of human blood on them. The only way for a customer to make sure they are not buying a blood diamond is to choose a lab-grown diamond.

Eco-Friendly

The mining of diamonds has a history of fueling conflict and damaging the environment. Lab- Grown Diamonds are created with no harm to the environment.

Price

Lab-grown diamonds are about 30-40% less expensive than mined diamonds. This means you can buy twice the size of a natural diamond!

How are these diamonds created?

Today, there are two methods of growing diamonds. They are:

High Pressure-High Temperature(HPHT):

HPHT diamond growth occurs within massive pressure cookers. Small diamond seeds are placed into a growth cell, and then graphite is inserted on top of the diamond seeds. The pressure cooker is heated to 1500 degrees C and pressurized to approximately 70,000 times the pressure at sea level. At this extreme temperature and pressure, the graphite in the growth cell is melted into liquid carbon and then carefully cooled into the strongest form of carbon, a diamond crystal.

Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD):

CVD diamond growth occurs within vacuum plasma reactors. Thin diamond plates are placed in a growth cell, and then hydrocarbon gas is injected on top of the diamond plates. High power microwaves break the bonds of the hydrocarbon gas, separating the carbon atoms from the hydrogen atoms. The resulting free carbon within the reactor 'precipitates' onto the diamond plates, similar to the way that snowflakes collect on a table, vertically growing the diamond atom by atom. The resulting CVD diamonds are then subjected to extreme pressure to 'compress' the CVD diamond like a footprint compresses the snow. This additional step improves the quality of the diamond crystal, giving the diamond better color and light performance.

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