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Lab-Grown Diamonds

The beauty of

lab-grown diamonds

Diamonds are beautiful, powerful, meaningful. But what are lab-grown diamonds exactly?

Whether they are called "laboratory grown", "man made", or "artisan created", it all means the same thing.

They are made of carbon atoms, and are optically and physically exactly the same as mined diamonds. Even to a trained eye and under magnification, there is no differencing attributes between a lab-grown diamond and its mined counterpart. The only thing that differentiates the two: their origin.

Technological advancements have enabled us to replicate and speed up the natural diamond formation process. By recreating earth-like conditions, we can cultivate diamonds from a seed, similar to growing a flower in a greenhouse.

One thing is certain: they are genuine. Lab-grown diamonds are real diamonds!

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Greater transparency and traceability throughout the supply chain.


Eco-friendly alternative to destructive traditional mining, created in controlled environments


Lab-grown diamonds typically cost 40% to 80% less than their mined conterparts

THE TRUe eco-friendly OPTION

Lab-grown diamonds are often considered more sustainable compared to traditionally mined diamonds for several reasons:

1- Environmental Impact: Mining for diamonds can have significant environmental consequences, including habitat destruction, soil erosion, and water pollution. Lab-grown diamonds, on the other hand, do not require land disturbance and have a much lower carbon footprint since they don't involve large-scale mining operations.

2- Reduced Energy Consumption: While lab-grown diamonds do require energy for their production, the amount is often less compared to the energy-intensive processes involved in traditional diamond mining and extraction. Several growing facilities operate on solar and wind energy, making them extremely energy efficient and sometimes even completely carbon neutral!

3- Conflict-Free: One of the biggest ethical concerns surrounding traditional diamonds is the issue of conflict diamonds, also known as blood diamonds, which are mined in war zones and sold to finance armed conflicts. Lab-grown diamonds are inherently conflict-free, as they are produced in controlled laboratory environments.

To delve deeper into the growing process, we invite you to visit the link below