Friday, June 26, 2020

Pink Diamond, certified by IGI





Congratulations on your engagement John! Wishing you a wonderful life together filled with lots of joy and happiness. All the best.


Recommendation to a similar Labgrown diamond shown on picture:
IGI Certified
1.1ct
Fancy Intense Pink
VVS2 clarity
Excellent cut
Price: $13,507



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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Labgrown Diamonds by Fox 4 News


Watch video “Lab grown diamonds” by Fox 4 News

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Together is my mission in life. Criss-Cross wedding bands in 9k white gold, pave-set 5 round diamonds 0.28 carat that for bride and gloss and satin matte finishing for groom. $1,130 for a pair (UP $1,884)

Love is the ribbon that ties the 2 of our hearts together. In 18k rose gold, 60 round brilliant diamonds 0.25 carat. $1,255 (UP $2,509)



I’ll make you feel like a princess. This vintage engagement ring features a 1.0 carat IGI princess cut near-colourless centre diamond, set in a timeless 18k white gold engagement ring. $5,528 (UP $9,213)


You taught me to always look at the pink side of life. In 18k white gold, 1 unique emerald cut pink sapphire 0.6 carat and 15 round brilliant diamonds 0.15 carat. $818 (UP $1,637) 




You’re the only one for me. In 18k white gold, 1 round brilliant diamond 0.102 carat. $676 (UP $1,127)

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Ready-to-Ship 1.10 Carat [Natural] GIA Diamond E SI2 Engagement Ring with Pavé Diamonds in 18k White Gold Halo Extravagant



1.10 carat GIA Natural round brilliant colorless center diamond set in an exquisite 18k white gold engagement ring that showcases pavé-set diamonds. 

GIA Certified 1.10ct E SI2
Inscription: GIA 2356101299 (Report might differ according to new arrivals)
Price: $12,256

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Friday, June 12, 2020

Oval Brilliant Diamond, certified by GIA/IGI



IGI Certified Oval Brilliant Labgrown Diamond:
0.7 carat
E VS1
EX EX
Price: $1,838

GIA Certified Oval Brilliant Natural Diamond:
0.7 carat
E VS1
EX EX
Price: $4,763
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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

1 Carat Labgrown Diamond Engagement Ring





Congratulations to the completion of your proposal ring, Aaron. All the best to your wedding plans ahead, and have a lovely life together!

Recommendation to a similar Labgrown diamond shown on picture:
IGI Certified
1ct
D color
VS2 clarity
EX cut
Price: $4,322

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Monday, June 8, 2020

“The Future of the Diamond Industry”


Article by Better Diamond Initiative: 


The Future of the Diamond Industry

Innovative disruption is one of the most influential business ideas. Netflix disrupted the cable and movie-rental industry by web-streaming movies and TV shows. Uber and Lyft revolutionized the traditional cab industry. The combination of innovative technology with an emphasis on consumer experience, improved entire industries. Within the diamond industry, it is the consumer who is driving disruption. To understand this disruption and its potential, we’ll break down how LGDs (Lab-Grown Diamonds) offer value, and how this will help them improve the outlook of the entire diamond industry.

Breaking the Myth of ‘Value in Origin’
The first area of disruption is in the consumer’s perception of diamonds. Successful marketing campaigns have sold the myth that a diamond’s value is linked to its rarity. Its origin. However, 150 million carats of diamonds enter the system each year—every other woman owns a diamond, and can easily buy one at the nearest mall or online.
In the last 25 years, lifestyles have evolved, and buying patterns have shifted. The diamond buyer is much more educated about the product. Many buyers are realizing that ‘rarity’ is little more than a well-marketed myth.
We have observed hundreds of stores over the last 3 years; it is clear that value is rarely associated with origin. If ‘rarity’ actually dictated decided value, diamond prices would have increased unwaveringly, year after year. Value is more about the emotional weight behind the gifting of a diamond—whether it is a gift from a father to a daughter, or someone’s promise of eternal love. This is the intrinsic value of a diamond, whether earth-created or lab-created.

The Value of Lab-Grown Diamonds to Retailers
Lab-grown diamonds are revitalizing the industry with fresh energy. A quiet revolution is taking place within retail, as sellers observe and respond to more consumers considering lab-grown diamonds every day. Margins are quite impressive even at the mid-stream level, which makes the LGD category quite lucrative and attractive for retailers.

Now, it is upon us, as captains of this industry, to ensure that we respond to this overwhelming consumer mandate. We need to build on the desire for diamonds, and not commoditize them—this will help us create sustainable value.

A Roadmap to the Future of the Diamond Industry
With new energy infused into the appeal of diamonds, LGDs are turning a once-aspirational product into attainable luxury. Technology has the power to create big disruptions and a far superior consumer experience.

Right now, created diamonds are maybe 1% of the industry, but growing at a rate where 99% of the industry seems to be talking about them. A forecast by Paul Ziminisky, a diamond industry analyst, shows that the $1.9 billion lab-grown diamond industry will grow to $14.9 billion by 2035. Our rapid growth shows that created diamonds have opened up new opportunities for the larger diamond industry, disrupting it with an innovative edge and revitalizing it to address the needs of the modern diamond consumer.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Ready-to-Ship Engagement Ring

0.70 carat IGI Labgrown round brilliant near-colourless centre diamond, set in a timeless 18k white gold engagement ring that showcases 6 prongs.

IGI Certified 0.70ct H SI
Price: $2,440

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Monday, June 1, 2020

“Celebrities Who've Worn Lab-Grown Diamonds, Including Engagement Rings”


Article by The Knot: 
“Celebrities Who've Worn Lab-Grown Diamonds, Including Engagement Rings”


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What is a lab-grown diamond? 
Lab-grown diamonds are physically, chemically and optically the same as a mined diamond. Advanced technology allows jewelers to mimic the exact environment underneath the earth's crust where diamonds are naturally formed. With a combination of high pressure and high temperature or through the use of a chemical vapor deposition, lab-created diamonds are produced in a fraction of the time it takes for a natural diamond to grow. 

Can you see the difference between a lab-grown diamond and a mined diamond? 
Once created, jewelers cut and polish lab-grown diamonds as they would with any other diamond mined from the earth. This process results in two stones that look identical. 

Are lab-grown diamonds eco-friendly?
Reports show that the creation process still leaves a carbon footprint as with anything expending energy. The same is applicable to mined diamonds, which drill into the earth. While the diamond industry is overwhelmingly committed to ethically-sourced gemstones, lab-created jewels ensure a conflict-free production process. As lab-grown diamonds become mainstream, more celebrities are starting to wear the trending jewels on the red carpet—many of whom are eco-friendly activists and human rights advocates. Below, see the stars who've worn lab-grown diamonds, including engagement rings.  

Bindi Irwin

Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, got engaged to longtime boyfriend Chandler Powell in July 2019, and the conservationist's ring paid homage to her history of environmental work. She shared the news of the proposal on Instagram, along with the details of her lab-created diamond ring. "For those wondering about my ring, I’m so happy to share," she wrote. "My ring features a lab-grown diamond and is made with rose gold recycled metal. Chandler was incredibly thoughtful when he chose it, the ring captures the essence of who I am (with its vintage flare) and our life together, with the twisted band and scattered diamonds.”

Nikki Reed 

Actors Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder confirmed their engagement in February 2015, just six months after they began dating. While the Twilight actress's first engagement ring didn't feature a lab-grown diamond, she told The Knot that she plans to redesign her jewel with a synthetic stone. "When we were getting engaged, cultivated diamonds hadn’t really hit the market in the way that we are now,” she said. “Interestingly enough, I have such a wonderful, sweet, open-minded husband who’s fully on board with me, at some point, redesigning my ring with a cultivated diamond.
She did, however, launch her own jewelry brand, Bayou With Love, which features a bridal line of jewels made with recycled gold and cultivated diamonds. "One thing that I definitely came across with my mission of creating sustainable goods was the misconception that sustainability and luxury can’t live together,” she explained. “I felt like creating jewelry with all of this recycled gold was the perfect opportunity to look that right in the face.”

Penelope Cruz 

Perhaps one of the most vocal advocates for lab-grown diamonds, actress Penelope Cruz joined forces with Atelier Swarovski to create a collection of synthetic, red-carpet ready jewels which she debuted at the 71st Cannes Film Festival in May 2018. "To think that I am making something responsible, beautiful and empowering for women to wear is very emotional for me," she said in a statement. Her collection includes a variety of necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. In addition to lab-grown diamonds, her designs also include synthetic sapphires and rubies. Celebrities like Zendaya, Karlie Kloss, Laura Dern, Mandy Moore and Olivia Palermo have all worn pieces from Cruz's collection on the red carpet. 

Meghan Markle 

In January 2019, the Duchess of Sussex attended an event in London and accessorized her outfit with a pair of lab-created diamond earrings from Kimai, a Dutch jewelry company based in Belgium. The brand exclusively creates jewelry with lab-grown diamonds and further carries out their sustainable mission by packing all pieces in recyclable materials. 

Leonardo DiCaprio 

While he has yet to be spotted wearing lab-grown diamonds, Leonardo DiCaprio has become one of the biggest investors in the synthetic jewelry industry. After starring in the film Blood Diamond in 2006, a fictional thriller about the dangers of the diamond mining industry, DiCaprio became a vocal advocate for ethically sourced stones. In 2015, he invested in Diamond Foundry Inc., a San Francisco-based company that uses solar technology to produce lab-grown diamonds. 

Lady Gaga 

When Lady Gaga attended the London premiere of A Star is Born in September 2018, she stepped onto the red carpet in a Victorian-inspired Alexander McQueen gown, complete with a ruffled collar and beaded corset. To complete the showstopping look, she wore a pair of ethically-sourced cluster earrings from London-based jewelry designer Anabela Chan. Each Constellation Pearl Earring is made with three freshwater pearls and nine brilliant-cut lab-grown diamonds. 

Emma Watson 

Actress and activist Emma Watson made a statement with her jewelry at the 2018 Academy Awards. When the Harry Potter star attended the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty, she wore a variety of ethically-sourced and lab-created accessories. Her Vrai & Oro earrings were made from lab-grown diamonds and recycled gold. She also showed off a recycled gold sapphire cuff from Ana Katarina as well as a responsibly-sourced bracelet and ring from Ana Khour. 

Camila Mendes 

In November 2018, Riverdale actress Camila Mendes attend the People's Choice Awards wearing the "American Beauty": a 5-carat lab-gown pink diamond set on a 14-carat gold band. Created by Clean Origin, this synthetic jewel was a one-of-a-kind design that sold for $175,000. 

Zoe Kravitz 

The theme for the 2019 Met Gala was "camp," an aesthetic that inspires exaggeration, theatricality and extravagance. Zoe Kravitz enhanced her thematic outfit—a sequined black dress with strategically placed cutouts—with a pair of dazzling earrings from Anabela Chan. The statement jewels featured a feathered design accented by pearls and lab-grown diamonds. 


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