Lab Grown Diamonds

When compared to real diamonds, lab-grown diamonds are more cheap and share the same chemical composition. Please continue reading for further information.

Why Choose Lab Grown Diamonds?

Mining Free

Mining Free

Lab grown diamonds are a responsible choice given that no mining is required.

Beauty & Quality

Beauty & Quality

Lab grown diamonds have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties as mined diamonds.



Lab grown diamonds offer excellent value. They are more cost-effective than natural diamonds of comparable size and quality.

Lab-Grown Diamonds: What Do They Mean?

A lab-grown diamond is a diamond that is grown in a controlled laboratory environment utilizing advanced technical methods that mimic the conditions under which diamonds naturally originate when they are formed in the Earth’s mantle beneath the surface of the planet. The carbon atoms that make up these man-made diamonds are organized in the diamond crystal structure. In terms of optical and chemical qualities, they are identical to real diamonds.

There are a wide range of colorless options available with our lab-created diamonds. Our lab-created diamonds are also available in a wide range of colors, including popular yellow tints. Compared to natural colored diamonds, lab-created fancy colored diamonds are more affordable.

What Is the Process for Growing Diamonds in a Laboratory?

The carbon seeds from pre-existing diamonds are used to make our lab-grown diamonds. Diamonds can be created using advanced technology, such as tremendous pressure and heat or an unique deposition process known as CVD. After they’ve been developed, some man-made diamonds formed through deposition may additionally be subjected to pressure and heat treatment. Man made fancy colored diamonds are generated in the same way natural ones are: by adding trace amounts of appropriate trace elements to the growing diamond. Trace elements in man-made diamonds may differ from those in natural diamonds in both color and clarity. Diamonds can only be differentiated from natural diamonds with the help of advanced equipment that can detect the slight changes in trace components and crystal development.

Diamond Simulants vs. Laboratory-Grown Diamonds

The primary difference between lab-grown diamonds and diamond simulants must be noted. Diamond simulants, such as cubic zirconia and moissanite, look like diamonds but are not carbon crystals in the truest sense. Simulants are far less expensive than lab-created diamonds since they don’t have the same chemical and physical qualities as real diamonds. Even with the naked eye, it is possible to tell the difference between a synthetic diamond and a lab-created diamond.

A handheld diamond tester can distinguish natural and lab-created diamonds from cubic zirconia based on their thermal conductivity qualities. The similarity in electrical conductivity of some lab-created diamonds and natural-colored diamonds may lead some diamond testers to falsely identify them as moissanites. Due to their differing refractive qualities, gemologists are able to distinguish diamond and moissanite, as moissanite is double refractive and diamonds are single refractive. Learn more about moissanite vs. diamond.

Setting for Diamonds Grown in a Lab

We offer lab grown diamond embellishments in many of our engagement ring settings when set with a lab grown center diamond to complement our mining-free choices. We match the type of accent diamonds to the type of center diamond in most styles. If you choose a lab-grown center diamond, your accent diamonds may also be lab-grown, as mentioned in the product description.

Natural vs. lab-grown diamonds: Which is better?

They have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties as natural diamonds, and exhibit the same shine as genuine diamonds. Our lab-grown diamonds are the same.” It is practically impossible to tell the difference between lab-created diamonds and genuine diamonds with a jeweler loupe. Diamonds manufactured in a laboratory may have different trace elements than natural diamonds, but these differences have no effect on the diamond’s look. Only tests utilizing sophisticated technology can tell lab made diamonds apart from genuine diamonds. A gem certification stating that the diamond was generated in a laboratory should accompany all lab-grown diamonds for sale.

Search our online inventory to find the perfect lab-created diamond for you. Our natural diamonds are also available. It’s possible to choose a recycled gold or platinum setting for your lab-created diamonds once they’ve been chosen.

Are there any benefits to using lab grown stones?

A lab-created diamond is just as real as one that has been found in the wild. Even though they are created under the same conditions as diamonds (temperature and pressure), they don’t have the same conflicts of interest or unethical techniques that some diamond miners use. A controlled atmosphere and meticulous process make lab-grown diamonds generally superior to naturally occurring gems. The following are some of the most significant advantages of a diamond made in a lab:

  • Due to superior, brighter quality and more purity, it is more lovely.
  • Less flaws
    Environmentally friendly
    Greater affordability
  • Colors that aren’t present in nature can be manufactured, allowing for the creation of more uncommon and sought-after objects of art.
  • You may buy diamonds with confidence, knowing their provenance and where they came from, thanks to traceable origin sources.

A chemical vapor deposition (CVD) technology is used to generate lab-grown diamonds, making it easier to keep up with demand without losing quality or getting involved in potentially damaging operations or conflict.

How are lab-grown diamonds certified and graded?

In the same way that mined diamonds are treated, all lab-grown diamonds are also. Finally, they are transported to an independent gem laboratory to be certified by an expert.

A lab-grown diamond’s cut, clarity, carat, and color are graded in the same way as a traditional diamond’s. One of the most essential aspects of a diamond’s brilliance is its cut. Clearness is a term used to describe the absence of blemishes and imperfections. The absence of color is more valuable in clear diamonds. Finally, when it comes to carat, it is a term to the size and weight of a diamond. Before a diamond is given a quality rating, it is thoroughly analyzed.

For yourself or a loved one, diamond jewelry might be a fantastic present. Diamonds can be worn for any event, whether it’s a formal one or a casual one. When you go with a lab-grown diamond, you’re getting a beautiful, high-quality stone that’s also good for the environment.

Are there any benefits to lab grown diamonds with sustainable grading?

We’re setting new benchmarks for environmentally friendly lab-grown diamond production alongside our collaborators. Lab grown diamonds that have been independently certified as sustainable are an excellent addition to an already environmentally friendly option.

This selection of lab produced diamonds has been independently Sustainably Rated based on climate neutrality efforts and clean technology investments, adding to an already responsible decision.

Lab Grown Diamond FAQs

How cheaper are laboratory-grown diamonds, compared to natural diamonds?

Natural diamonds of equivalent size and grade are more expensive than lab-created diamonds.

Is it possible to tell if a diamond tested in a lab is genuine?

The physical, chemical, and optical properties of lab-created diamonds are identical to those of genuine diamonds, as well as their fire, scintillation, and glitter. They’re actual diamonds, folks. Natural diamonds and lab-created diamonds are virtually indistinguishable to the naked eye. Natural diamonds and lab-grown diamonds can be differentiated using sophisticated testing equipment.

Are lab-grown diamonds flawless?

The color, clarity, and cut of lab-created diamonds will all vary, just as those found in nature. One-of-a-kindness. Inclusions in lab-created diamonds may be as small as those seen in high-quality natural diamonds. Independent gemological laboratories, which certify natural diamonds, examine and grade lab diamonds to the same exacting criteria.

Is it possible for lab-created diamonds to get cloudy?

As a result of their identical physical and chemical properties, lab-created diamonds are not less durable and will not become hazy over time.

Are diamonds created in a laboratory a wise investment?

Customers who want a larger stone at a cheaper price range than naturally mined diamonds may pick lab-grown diamonds as an environmentally friendly alternative. Values for gemstones can rise and fall over time. When compared to real diamonds, lab-grown diamonds are new to the market, hence future pricing is less certain.

Can lab-grown diamonds be insured?

Lab-created diamonds can be insured in the same way as mined diamonds.

What exactly is phosphorescence in natural and laboratory diamonds?

PHOSPHORESCE is a term used to describe a diamond’s glow in the dark effect after it has been exposed to shortwave ultraviolet radiation. In some lab-grown and natural diamonds, this phenomenon can be seen as a result of a UV light-to-trace element interaction. The interplay between UV light, boron, and nitrogen in the stones causes this effect to appear more prominently in some naturally colored blue diamonds.

Is it possible that lab diamonds could be mislabeled as moissanite?

It is possible to misinterpret the thermal conductivity of the two materials when utilizing some diamond testing devices. Refractive qualities of moissanites (double refractive) and diamonds (single refractive) make it easy for experts to tell the two apart.

If my lab diamond has been treated, what does that mean?

This is a normal element of the plant’s life cycle. After developing, certain lab-grown diamonds are subjected to additional high temperatures and high pressures, just like naturally occurring diamonds. It should be noted that only a small percentage of our diamonds are marked with treatment information on the certificate. Diamonds that have undergone treatment will not be listed on their certificates.