Lab Grown Diamonds

Lab grown diamonds are similar to their natural counterparts and can be a more affordable option. We are committed to going beyond industry standards to offer lab grown diamonds that are ethical and sustainable.

Why Choose Lab Grown Diamonds

Mining Free

Produced in controlled labs, lab-grown diamonds are ethically sourced and environmentally sound. They bypass diamond mining, reducing ecological harm, making them a responsible choice for conscious consumers.

Beauty & Quality

Lab-grown diamonds mirror natural diamonds in optical and chemical traits, guaranteeing quality. Virtually identical to mined diamonds, they provide diverse options in size, shape, and colour, assuring consumers of both beauty and choice.


Lab-grown diamonds provide value, merging affordability with beauty and ethical production. They attract consumers desiring premium jewellery without high costs, offering an appealing alternative.

Diamond Certification

These certifications guarantee their quality and authenticity, instilling trust in consumers. With stringent standards upheld by reputable institutions, lab-grown diamonds undergo rigorous testing, affirming their ethical and sustainable origins. Consumers can confidently purchase these diamonds, knowing they meet industry benchmarks and are a responsible choice. This certification process reinforces the credibility of lab-grown diamonds in the market, fostering transparency and consumer confidence.

What Are Lab Grown Diamonds?

Lab-grown diamonds, also referred to as lab-created diamonds, man-made diamonds, engineered diamonds, and cultured diamonds, are produced in carefully controlled laboratories using advanced technological methods that replicate the natural conditions in which diamonds typically develop beneath the Earth's crust. These lab-created diamonds are composed of real carbon atoms organized in the distinctive crystal structure of diamonds. Because they share the same material as natural diamonds, they display identical optical and chemical properties.

How Are Lab Grown Diamonds Made?

Lab-grown diamonds stem from minuscule carbon seeds from existing diamonds. Using advanced techniques like High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) or Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), scientists replicate natural diamond formation in controlled settings. After 6-10 weeks, raw diamonds are produced, later crafted into jewelry. Both HPHT and CVD methods yield diamonds indistinguishable from natural ones.

How to tell the difference?

Without specialized equipment, distinguishing between lab-grown and natural diamonds is impossible—they look identical. The sole disparity lies in their origins: one natural, the other cultivated in a lab. Our lab-grown diamonds possess identical physical, chemical, and optical characteristics, including fire and sparkle, differing only in formation method, trace elements, detectable solely through specialized tests.

How Are Lab Grown Diamonds Certified and Graded?

Lab-grown diamonds undergo certification just like natural diamonds. Trained gemologists from reputable institutions like the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and the International Gemological Institute (IGI) evaluate the 4Cs (cut, colour, clarity, and carat grades) of each gemstone. After their assessment, they issue a detailed report, either in physical or digital form.

Lab Grown Diamond FAQs

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