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GN Diamond Now Stocking Gorgeous, Vivid Pink and Fancy Blue Lab Created Diamonds

Breakthrough technology has been able to create these pink and blue lab created diamonds where the color is evenly saturated throughout the entire diamond.

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GN Diamond Now Stocking Gorgeous, Vivid Pink and Fancy Blue Lab Created Diamonds

(PRESS RELEASE) Intensity, sparkle, vivid pink, fancy blue… there is nothing like the uniqueness of highly, concentrated, colored diamonds. GN Diamond is now stocking gorgeous, lab created pink diamonds and fancy blue diamonds in a variety of shapes like baguettes, cushions, emeralds, marquise, ovals, pears, princess, radiants, and rounds.

Breakthrough technology has been able to create these pink and blue lab created diamonds where the color is evenly saturated throughout the entire diamond. “We have not seen this magnitude of color ever before” were comments made by so many customers who viewed these diamonds at the JCK show. These diamonds are priced attractively so that retailers can now offer an affordable, unique diamond that creates a point of attraction and distinction from local competition.

Reviewing the creation of lab diamonds, here are the 2 common processes:

  • Chemical Vapor Deposition Diamonds
    The first process is called Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD). A “seed crystal,” which is a very small diamond seed, is placed in a small chamber. The chamber is then filled with gases that are heated. Once the gases reach the right temperature, layers of carbon begin to form on the seed crystal. This causes the seed to grow and create a square-shaped diamond crystal.
  • High Pressure High Temperature Diamonds
    The second process is called High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT). This is meant to replicate the earth’s process of forming Natural Diamonds. In this process, natural graphite is placed in a large machine that crushes it with extreme pressure and temperatures. Under these conditions, the graphite turns into a diamond.

What is the Difference Between CVD and HPHT Diamonds?
You cannot tell the difference between a CVD and HPHT diamond with the naked eye. Both methods create a real diamond that is chemically and physically similar to natural diamonds. When it comes to grading Lab Grown Diamonds, the same 4 Cs: Color, Cut, Clarity and Carat are applied.

Lab Grown Diamonds are real and have the same physical and chemical properties as natural diamonds. Visually they have the exact same durability and hardness level. Both come with diamond certifications. They are so visually alike that the differences cannot be seen to the naked eye.

For a full inventory of GN Diamond’s lab created diamonds and natural diamonds, visit here 24/7, call us Monday to Saturday at 800-724-8810, or email us at [email protected].

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