Frequently Asked Questions.

Lab-grown diamonds, also referred to as synthetic diamonds, are created in a controlled laboratory environment rather than being formed naturally in the Earth's mantle. They share identical physical, chemical, and optical properties with natural diamonds.

Lab-grown diamonds are produced through two primary methods: High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) and Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD). These methods replicate the conditions under which natural diamonds form but in a controlled setting.

Yes, lab-grown diamonds are considered real diamonds. They possess the same crystal structure, chemical composition, and physical properties as natural diamonds.

Distinguishing between lab-grown and natural diamonds can be challenging visually. Gemological testing, such as certification from reputable labs like GIA or IGI, is the most reliable method.

Lab-grown diamonds can have inclusions, influenced by the growth process. However, the cut and clarity of the diamond play a more significant role in assessing its beauty.

Yes, lab-grown diamonds come in various colors, including white, yellow, pink, blue, and green, thanks to the controlled environment of their production.

Lab-grown diamonds have the same hardness and durability as natural diamonds, ranking 10 on the Mohs scale, making them suitable for all types of jewelry.

Generally, lab-grown diamonds are more affordable than natural diamonds due to factors such as production costs, supply, and consumer demand.

Lab-grown diamonds are often considered more environmentally friendly than natural diamonds as they eliminate the environmental impact associated with traditional diamond mining.

Yes, you can customize your jewelry with lab-grown diamonds, choosing from various sizes, shapes, and colors to create a unique and personalized piece.

Yes, reputable Gemological laboratories, such as GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and IGI (International Gemological Institute), provide certifications for lab-grown diamonds, detailing their characteristics and authenticity.

Yes, lab-grown diamonds are generally considered conflict-free as their production doesn't involve funding conflicts or unethical labor practices.

While lab-grown diamonds can be valuable, their investment potential may differ from natural diamonds. The market for lab-grown diamonds is evolving, and potential investors should assess market trends.

Lab-grown diamonds contribute to sustainability by reducing the ecological footprint associated with traditional mining processes. They are produced in controlled environments, minimizing environmental impact.

The future of lab-grown diamonds looks promising, with ongoing technological advancements, increasing consumer awareness, and a growing preference for ethical and sustainable choices in the jewelry industry.

No. But if you have certification provided by a seller from a renowned Gemological laboratory like GIA or IGS, you can check it with that, but without that, you cannot verify it at home.

The Certification provides the detail of origin, characteristics, and the clear status of Diamond as Lab Grown Diamond.

No, it's a bit challenging, but as per our experiences Lab Grown diamonds do not have any unique features to make it different than the natural diamonds like inclusions or growth patterns. Only Professional Gemological testing reports are the resource to identify the accurate results.

No, there is no way to distinguish both the jewelry, but bring it to us, we will do testing on it and then make it apart from each other with our professional experts.

Yes, because of the easy process of origination compared to the natural one its less in value, but the real factor that determined the true diamond is cut, color, clarity, and carat weight are more over similar to natural diamonds, so the value in terms of money is less but holds the same beauty like the natural diamonds.

No, being a reputable seller, he will never do this. With each purchase, he makes sure to give you authentic certification from a trustworthy source to minimize any unintentional confusion.

You can buy lab-grown diamonds in India from reputable jewellers like us or based on your location there might be other reputable jewellers will also offer you better Lab Grown diamond jewellery. Ensure the diamonds come with certification from recognized Gemological laboratories such as GIA or IGI. Local jewellers may also offer lab-grown diamond options, and it's important to check customer reviews for transparency and satisfaction.

Always look for reputable sellers who are transparent and authentic. Never buy Lab Grown Diamonds without certification.

It is based on the seller’s terms and conditions. Always have a transparent discussion before buying about the return policy, warranty, associated fees if any, then make an informed and secure decision to buy Lab Grown Diamonds.

Yes. Many reputable jewellers as well as online platforms offer this lab-grown diamonds in an easy way. However, you must check for certification details, tax details, and reviews of other buyers before making a purchase.

Yes. With every purchase, you can get it from the seller. This is a great way of assuring the quality and authenticity of Lab Grown Diamonds.

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