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Lab Grown Diamonds

Diamond jewelry is something that has been sought after for centuries. Diamonds are regarded as some of the most precious and elegant stones that a person could don around their neck, wrist, and most prominently their fingers.

Used predominantly as wedding and engagement rings, the diamond’s popularity continues to soar, but many people are turning away from traditionally mined diamonds and looking to the more environmentally friendly and less expensive (yet equally as beautiful) cultured, lab grown diamonds.

Disrupting Tradition

Lab grown diamonds have been recognized as the biggest disruptor the diamond industry has ever faced. They have even been referred to as the future of the industry.

These man-made diamonds are 100% diamonds and should not be confused with crystals, cubic zirconia or moissanite. Lab grown diamonds are diamonds in every way, shape and form and are every bit as sophisticated and gorgeous as mined diamonds. The major added benefit is that they come at a fraction of the cost and at a fraction of the environmental damage. They are available in a variety of colours, predominantly, white, yellow, pink and blue. It is important to note, that although man-made diamonds are comparatively better priced, they are by no means cheap! They would still be regarded as one of the more expensive gemstones on the market.

Sustainable Luxury

Lab-grown diamonds are diamonds that do not occur naturally and instead are created in a laboratory. Not only are these cultivated diamonds every bit as beautiful as a traditionally mined diamond (if not more beautiful), they are conflict free.

With all of the controversy surrounding the mining of natural diamonds, this environmentally friendly and conflict free alternative allows our clients to wear beautiful diamond pieces without having any of the guilt associated with the mining process. The process of cultivating Lab grown diamonds was designed to minimise emissions as much as possible contributing to a more eco friendly product. 

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