Lab Grown Diamonds

What is a Lab Grown Diamond?

In contrast to man-made diamonds, which were first created in a laboratory in the 1950s and are suited for industrial use, natural diamonds developed deep under the earth under conditions of great pressure and high temperature as long ago as three billion years ago.
Due to the fact that they are far cheaper than genuine diamonds, lab-grown diamonds are becoming more and more popular for use in engagement rings and fine jewelry.
Nobody will be able to tell that your diamond was developed in a lab since lab-grown diamonds are physically, chemically, and optically identical to diamonds that are grown on the earth.
Lab-Grown Diamonds are created from a single diamond seed under the same heat and pressure as the earth's crust, just like test-tube newborns. They do not leave a mining scar on the land, making them environmentally benign. This category has gained popularity on a global scale since they do not carry the stigma associated with blood diamonds. Most importantly, they are more uniform and less expensive than diamonds that are mined from the earth.
Since they frequently cost less and can have the same beauty and qualities as mined diamonds, lab-grown diamonds are rapidly gaining popularity as an option for many individuals. Buy a stone with a GIA Diamond Report to be sure of the diamond's identification and quality whether you're thinking about a lab-grown or natural stone.