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How Diamonds are Grown in a Laboratory Today

How Diamonds are Grown in a Laboratory Today

Watch this short video to learn how diamonds are grown in a laboratory today. How Diamonds are grown?

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Diamond Market May Be Warming to Lab-Made Gems- From CNBC

Diamond Market May Be Warming to Lab-Made Gems- From CNBC

Synthetic diamonds, which are man-made with advanced technology and have the same chemical composition of a traditional diamond, have received increased interest over the years. Synthetic diamonds generally cost about 30 to 40 percent less than mined diamonds. Not all retailers are interested in selling synthetic diamonds. Ashley Turner | @Ashley_MTurner Published 1:00 PM ET Sat, 12 May 2018  Updated 2:49 PM ET Sat, 12 May 2018 It's cut like a diamond, it shines like a diamond and, essentially, it actually is a diamond. But it didn't form underground. There's now a cheaper, more ethically sourced option for diamond lovers – though not...

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Buffett Store to Sell World’s Largest Pink Lab Grown Diamond

Buffett Store to Sell World’s Largest Pink Lab Grown Diamond

Borsheims of Omaha, Nebraska, A Berkshire Hathaway owned fine jewelry store, is set to unveil the world's largest pink lab-grown diamond. And it's for sale!The Asscher-cut 3.99-carat fancy orangey-pink VS2 clarity stone was displayed last week to mark the start of the 2018 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Weekend, an annual gathering for investors in Buffett’s businesses.

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70% of Millennials Will Consider a Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring

70% of Millennials Will Consider a Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring

In a nationwide research study published this week, 70% of Millennial age consumers said they will consider a lab grown diamond engagement ring. This is a significant finding for the next generation of jewelry enthusiasts and the results represent a growth of nearly 14% above 2017 results for the same study.  Younger consumers are gravitating to lab grown diamonds and these are the reasons sited: 1. The are not blood diamonds (mined in war-torn areas of the world) 2. They are not environmentally destructive 3. I can get a bigger diamond for the same price as a smaller mined diamond You...

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