Are Lab-Grown Diamonds, Real Diamond？ The Answer Is, Yes！
Laboratory-grown diamonds have essentially the same chemical, optical and physical properties and crystal structure as natural diamonds. Like natural diamonds, they are made of tightly-bonded carbon atoms. They respond to light in the same way and are just as hard as natural diamonds. The main differences between laboratory-grown and natural diamonds lie in their origin. Think of it this way: laboratory-grown diamonds are like ice from your refrigerator, while natural diamonds are like ice from a glacier. They are both ice, although their formation stories and the age of each are very different.
Is There a Difference Between Natural & Laboratory-Grown Diamonds? The Answer Is, Yes!
They both are diamonds, of course. A natural diamond created by forces deep within the young Earth, however, a natural diamond is a billion or more years old. A Lab-Grown diamond is recently grown in a laboratory.
How Can Natural And Lab-Grown Diamonds Be Distinguished From One Another?
It is essential that laboratory-grown diamonds can be identified because consumers need to know what they are buying, and because there are often significant price differences between them and natural gemstones.
As part of its mission to protect and inform the gem-buying public, All of our diamonds are graded and identified by GIA to distinguish natural from laboratory-grown diamonds. We only sell Certified Natural diamonds & Certified Lab-Grown diamonds.
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