Want diamonds at a fifth of the price?
With lab-grown diamonds, diamonds are now available to more people, more often. They are cultured in labs and share the same chemical properties as natural diamonds.Shop lab-grown diamond jewelry >
Lab-grown vs natural diamonds
The physical, chemical and optical properties of lab-grown diamonds mirror natural diamonds. They exhibit the same light, brilliance, and glide, and their physical dissimilarity from natural diamonds is only detectable with special instruments.
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Never compromise between quality and conscience when celebrating love. Lab-grown diamonds are ethically made.
Wear diamonds you’ll never want to take off. The chemical & optical properties of a natural diamond and a lab grown diamond are identical.
Enjoy the same beauty and properties of a mined diamond at a fifth of the price.
What are lab-grown diamonds?
Lab Grown Diamonds are just like test tube babies grown from a single seed of Diamond under the same heat and pressure as in the crust of mother earth. They are ecologically friendly as they do not scar the earth with mining. Since they avoid the stigma of blood diamonds, there has been a worldwide acceptance for this category. Most importantly, they are more uniform, yet cheaper than natural diamonds. While naturally mined diamonds form below the surface of the earth over millions of years, lab-grown diamonds can be created in a lab over a period of a few weeks.
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Lab-grown diamonds offer greater vibrance & purity and have fewer flaws than naturally grown diamonds. Colours that are rare in naturally grown diamonds can also be easily incorporated into lab-grown diamonds.
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How are lab-grown diamonds graded?
Lab-grown diamonds are graded in the same way as natural diamonds, by assessing the 4C’s of diamond quality: Cut, Color, Carat, Clarity. Once they are ready, they are sent to an independent gem lab to be certified by an expert.Shop lab-grown diamond jewelry >
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How are lab-grown diamonds made?
It has taken almost 60 years of efforts to replicate the precision of a natural diamond into a Lab Grown Diamond. While a natural diamond can take billions of years to form underneath the earth, Lab Grown Diamonds can be produced at the finest of quality within 1-2 months! With evolving technology and new entrants in the Lab Diamond space, the supply and utility of these diamonds is expected to grow at an exponential rate.
At present there are only 2 methods of growing Lab Diamonds:
High Pressure High temperature (HPHT)
Entire process takes place in massive pressure cookers
Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD)
Entire process takes place in vacuum plasma reactors
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Frequently Asked Questions
YES!! Lab Grown Diamonds flaunt the SAME chemical properties as their Natural counterparts.
Lab Grown Diamonds are real diamonds that are created in a controlled lab environment by creating conditions similar to under the earth; just like how natural diamonds are formed.
Simply put, a Lab Grown Diamond is a real diamond however cubic zirconia is a Diamond Simulant. This implies that cubic zirconia looks similar to a diamond but doesn't possess the same chemical properties.
YES! The world has started accepting and utilising lab grown diamonds which allows consumers to sell their Lab Grown Diamond anywhere in the world.
Lab diamonds are created in a lab, that exposes a diamond seed to the same conditions required for its natural counterpart to grow under mother earth.
Lab Diamonds and Natural Diamonds hold the same chemical properties, hence it is not possible for an individual to distinguish between both these types of diamond with the naked eye
Yes. GIA has been grading Lab Grown Diamonds since 2007
Lab Grown Diamonds rank at number 10 on the Moh's Scale of Hardness. They flaunt the same hardness, strength, quality & chemical properties as their mined counterparts.