What is Lab-Grown Diamond?
Interesting Diamond Fact
At first glance, diamonds look like little more than small, faceted pieces of glass — they’re transparent, they sparkle, and sure, they sit really nicely on jewelry. But when you take a closer look, the true value of diamonds becomes more apparent. After all, there’s a reason that diamonds are the world’s most popular gemstones.
Science & Sparkle
Lab-grown diamonds share the same physical, chemical and optical characteristics as rare, natural diamonds. But the process needed to create them is different from nature, so while they are neither as valuable or precious, they are just as sparkly.
Jewel Or Tool?
The very same lab-grown diamond can be used in many cutting-edge technologies. From today’s finest audio systems to tomorrow’s quantum computers.
CVD Diamonds: Everything You Need to Know
DVD, or Chemical Vapor Deposition, diamonds. To the uninitiated, the name is often met with blank stares and raised eyebrows; most people have no idea (or an erroneous idea) of what CVD diamonds even are. That’s because CVD isn’t an acronym that those outside of the diamond industry generally encounter. And that’s unfortunate, because for anyone interested in diamonds, their environmental and social impact, and their cost, CVD diamonds are definitely worth looking into.
Choose Your Color
We can play with chemistry, time and temperature to make a lab-grown diamond in different colors. So you can choose a jewel in blush pink or powder blue.
Time And Again
We monitor quality all the time as each solitaire is cut to our demanding standards. We want every Lightbox lab-grown diamond to sparkle just like the next. Set in gorgeous designs, classic but playful. And impeccably made.Just like the stone itself.
How Are Lab-Grown Diamonds Created?
just how are lab-grown diamonds created? Think about it like that middle school experiment where you learned to grow plants under a light bulb.