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Bare Diamond Launches Lab-Grown Diamond Line

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(Press Release) NEW YORK — Bare Diamond, co-founded in 2017 by CEO Mark Motes and Chief Operating Officer Nick Pirie, announces the launch of a new lab-grown branded diamond line.

Set to debut in North America in fall 2017, the line will offer consumers a top quality, consciously crafted choice when buying loose diamonds or diamond fine jewelry. The Bare Diamond brand will focus initially on IGI-certified high-quality round ideal and triple excellent cuts from 0.5 to 2.0 carats in VS to I1 clarity, ranging in retail price from $700 to $20,000. Bare Diamond will also offer uniquely designed finished jewelry made with its lab-grown diamond melee with potential for exclusive distribution agreements and customizable (special order) options based on consumer preferences. The brand is currently on track to achieve 300 doors by holiday 2018.

“I am thrilled to bring Bare Diamond to the market at a time when the traditional jeweler is plagued by daunting challenges, including Millennials’ demand for eco-friendly products of all kinds, especially luxury goods,” said Motes. “There is a real void in our industry when it comes to branded lab-grown diamonds. With consciously crafted diamonds, we can harness our lab partners’ unparalleled consistency of quality and range of product to significantly enhance the consumer’s experience and perception of lab-grown diamonds. We can help today’s customers continue to celebrate life’s most meaningful occasions with diamonds that exceed their expectations on every level.”

Visit barediamond.com to view the brand’s current product offering or to make an appointment to see the line in person.

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