In this article, we will answer some of the most common questions about lab-grown diamonds and how they compare to natural diamonds.

What is a lab-grown diamond?

A lab-grown diamond is created in a controlled laboratory environment that replicates the conditions necessary to create diamonds in nature. This means that lab-grown diamonds are chemically, physically, and visually identical to natural diamonds.

Are lab-grown diamonds just like cubic zirconia and moissanite?

No, lab-grown diamonds are not the same as cubic zirconia or moissanite. These are called diamond simulants, which means they imitate the look of a diamond but do not have the same chemical composition or visual properties.

Are lab-created diamonds worth anything?

The value of anything is determined by the market's supply and demand for that particular item. In recent years, there has been a significant increase in demand for lab-grown diamonds, and we expect this demand to continue to grow in the coming years. This is due in part to the fact that lab-grown diamonds are significantly cheaper than natural diamonds, yet they look and sparkle the same.

Additionally, many people believe that the value of natural diamonds is a myth, as the price of these diamonds can be inflated by high overhead costs, high markups, and taxes. However, if the reason for buying a natural diamond is based on their potential resale value over time, it is important to consider that this value may not increase significantly.

Will my lab-grown diamond fade or lose its sparkle over time?

No, both natural and lab-grown diamonds will last for millions of years and will not fade or lose their sparkle over time. However, all diamonds may need regular cleaning to maintain their shine.

We hope this article has been helpful and has answered some of your questions about lab-grown diamonds. Don't forget to check out our unique collection of Engagement rings  or book a virtual appointment if you would like a bespoke diamond ring.

November 12, 2022 — Amr Ramadan’s

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