A synthetic diamond is also known as an artificial, cultured, or cultivated diamond. These types of diamonds are grown in the laboratory. This, however, does not deprive them of the chemical compositions, the crystal structure or the physical properties of the natural diamond. It is true to conclude that synthetic diamonds are neither fake nor natural. While natural diamonds continue to take center stage in as far as engagement rings are concerned, the synthetic diamonds are pushing to also be recognized.
Initially, these diamonds were intended for the industrial use, however, nowadays, they are available in gem quality and their application is also taking center stage in the jewelry industry. Since they nowadays come in a range of sizes and colors, they make good jewelry and engagement rings. When you are going about exploring your engagement ring options, it can be a wise idea to also take a moment and learn a thing or two about the cultivated diamonds.
Natural and Synthetic diamond
Normally it is often hard to even for an experienced jeweler to differentiate between a natural and a synthetic diamond. They would usually use an equipment to establish whether it is a lab-grown stone or naturally occurring one. Cultivated diamond rings are today widely available in many offline jewelry shops as well as online shops such as Brilliant Earth. When buying one, it is often advisable to ask your seller at Brilliant Earth jewelers to accompany a certification or authenticity issued by G.I.A.
No fixed price
Currently there is no fixed price for carbon synthetic diamonds however, it is thought that a piece can sell for up to $5000 to $6000for each carat. This is somehow interesting as these diamonds don’t vary greatly with real natural diamonds that can cost up to $7000 for each carat. Also in this age where various campaigns against mining have proven futile, there seems to be no point of purchasing a laboratory made diamond if you can afford to foot the cost of a naturally occurring diamond. Buying of the synthetic diamond does not seem like a viable option for saving cost when buying diamond jewelry.
In the end, one can conclude that science won’t topple the diamond industry anytime soon, as the technology being used to grow diamonds in the lab is still in its initial stages, grappling to grow diamond at a cheaper way than actual mining. On the other hand, the public still doesn’t have sufficient trust in the quality of the laboratory-grown diamonds. Finally, while the quality of the naturally occurring diamond and the synthetic one is at par, there is still a lacking cost incentive on the laboratory diamond for buyers.
Diamonds come in a variety of colors, from white to gray, blue, yellow, orange and red, as well as green, pink, purple, brown and black. The rarest diamond color is red. The white colorless diamond is the most expensive, “D” grade on the color chart. What’s your favorite? pic.twitter.com/HfynleSEq4
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