Lab Diamonds are Real Diamonds

Lab-grown diamonds are as genuine as natural diamonds. Except for the fact that they are grown in a lab, lab grown diamonds are identical to earth mined diamonds in every way. They share the same chemical, physical, and optical properties as mined diamonds, as well as their fire, scintillation, and sparkle.

Understand the 4Cs and Cuts

Today, lab-grown diamonds are graded using the same standards as natural diamonds. All diamonds can be graded precisely for colour, cut, clarity, and carat weight. Same goes for the different cuts, lab-grown diamonds are now available in variety of different cuts, no different to natural diamonds.

Round Cut Diamond

Round Cut Diamonds

The most popular diamond cut with the most sparkle and fire.

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Oval Cut Diamond

Oval Cut Diamonds

The sparkle and fire of round cut but with a bit of a difference.

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Cushion Cut Diamond

Cushion Cut Diamonds

Ranking second only to the classic round brilliant cut diamond in terms of popularity.

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Pear Cut Diamond

Pear Cut Diamonds

Choose this cut based on your personal shape preference.

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Princess Cut Diamond

Princess Cut Diamonds

An modern option for many diamond engagement ring choices.

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Emerald Cut Diamond

Emerald Cut Diamonds

Faceted in such a way that they stand out from almost every other diamond shape

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Radiant Cut Diamond

Radiant Cut Diamonds

Ideal for those who prefer angular shapes but wants maximum sparkle.

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Marquise Cut Diamond

Marquise Cut Diamonds

Distinctive and eye-catching shape with all the sparkle and fire of round brilliant cut.

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Asscher Cut Diamond

Asscher Cut Diamonds

The angled corners and parallel facets that create a visible step-like appearance within the diamond.

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Fancy Cut Diamond

Fancy Cut Diamonds

Here we include all the less common cuts, such as heart, trillion, baguette... etc.

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... it doesn't actually matter

If any company pushes one over the other, then this is due to these companies attempting to push an agenda; they will say whatever is most beneficial to them.

CVD and HPHT technologies can both produce diamonds of any colour, clarity, and size. While either technologies comes with their own pros and cons, your focus on choosing lab-grown diamonds should be on the 4Cs, as well as the attributes beyond the 4Cs that you would normally consider for a natural diamond; there is no need to focus on the technology used to create the lab diamond.

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Personalised Selection

We will interview you to find out what matters to you, what you value, and combine it with our expertise knowledge on diamonds to help you select the perfect stone you are after.

No Milky or Undesired Tinge

We automatically rule out these types of diamonds in our selection and will provide full refund if the diamond received is found to be milky, brown tint, gray tint or green tint.

Best Value for Price

We will go the extra mile to find you the best value lab-grown diamond that is within your price range - all the while making sure important attributes are not being dropped in secret.

Frequently Asked Questions About Lab-Grown Diamonds

Yes. since lab-grown diamonds are created in high tech labetories, they are always conflic free.

Yes we are open to selling loose lab-grown diamonds, please contact us to discuss what kind of stone you are after.Contact Us

HPHT is an abbreviation for High Pressure/High Temperature. This method mimics the natural formation of diamonds by subjecting carbon to high temperatures and pressing it together.

CVD is an abbreviation for Chemical Vapor Deposition, and it's not as frightening as it sounds. A chamber containing a seed crystal is filled with a mixture of hydrogen and methane gas. Microwave power typically heats the chamber to a high temperature, which excites the gas. The diamond develops from the seed crystal.

Absolutely not, fake diamonds such as synthetic cubic zirconia and natural zircon or topaz gems, are prone to chipping with wear - they are made to look like diamonds. These problems do not exist in lab-grown diamonds. They are as strong and dazzling as natural diamonds because lab-grown diamonds are real diamonds.

Jewellers generally consider lab-grown diamonds to have little to no resale value, making it difficult for them to purchase second hand lab-grown diamond jewellery. As a result, if you ever want to resell your lab-grown diamond ring or jewellery, it is best to do so without returning the piece to a jewellery store; an auction house or online market place would be a good resale platform.

Not long ago, the majority of consumers thought lab-grown diamonds were "cheap." However, public opinion is rapidly shifting. Approximately 23% of people aged 21-40 looking for an engagement ring are now willing to consider lab-grown diamonds. That is not surprising given natural diamond sticker shock. Lab-grown diamonds typically cost 30-40% less than comparable natural diamonds. They also have the same appearance. A lab-grown diamond is a practical and guilt-free alternative, with lower prices and guaranteed ethical sourcing.
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