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Lab Grown Diamonds: A Sustainable World

Lab 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.

Why Choose Lab Grown Diamonds?

Conflict free luxury

Never compromise between quality and conscience when celebrating love. Lab-grown diamonds are ethically made.

Highest Quality

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 1/10th of the price.

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Is it a real diamond?

Yes, it is a real diamond! Even the most sophisticated gem laboratories certify it as a diamond. The only difference is the origin of these diamonds, instead of being sourced from the earth, they are grown in a controlled environment in a lab.

Fiona brings to you an exquisite collection of designer jewelry studded with sparkling lab-grown diamonds with 100% buyback!

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: 


How Are Lab Grown Diamonds Accepted Around the World?

Fiona offers a 100% buyback on all its jewelry which applies to the lab-grown diamonds collection also.Apart from this, there is a world market with many players dealing in lab grown diamonds now, so the consumer can sell their lab-grown diamond jewelry to anyone around the world.

How Are Lab Grown Diamonds Accepted Around the World?

Why should Lab Grown Diamonds be your first choice?


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OriginOur Lab Grown Diamonds are sourced from first world countries as they are created and cut in a controlled lab environment.By the time a piece of Natural diamond jewelry reaches you, it has so many hands that its origins can’t be traced. Most labs will list the origin as ‘assumed origin’ in diamond certificates.
Environmental Impact No Environmental impact, because lab grown diamonds are made in a controlled lab environment.Diamond mining results in 100’s of hectares of soil being disturbed, excessive carbon emissions and greenhouse gas emission that leads to deteriorating air quality.
Conflict-Free Lab Grown Diamonds are created without causing harm to any communities.Natural Diamonds are sourced through mining, hence aren't conflict free.
PriceLab Grown Diamonds can be sourced at a 60% discount compared to its Natural counterpartsNatural Diamonds are priced according to the overall demand and supply in the entire industry. Due to the extensive mining process, these diamonds are expensive. 
QualityLab Grown diamonds are of superior quality. As type II A, they are the purest form of diamonds.98% of Natural diamonds are type Ia. These diamonds are very common and contain impurities.

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Moissanites are just another type of gemstone that have properties similar to a diamond. When the question, 'What type of solitaire is the best?' arises, Moissanites will be your most pocket friendly option as they are sourced at a fraction of the cost of Natural Diamonds.

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