Lab crated diamond

Its not CZ or anything like that it is a diamond but it is just made in a lab.


My stand on this is I don't mind because I'm against conflict diamonds and there is no way this is a conflict diamond. We started doing research last night and basically the biggest difference is there are no birthmarks/flaws in the diamond... On person said he bought a loose diamond out of curiosity and took it to a mall jeweler and they called it real then he took to someone else he felt had more experience and he said its not real but it is similar and he had no idea what it was because it was not the typical diamond knock offs... The other things that we have read said that no one can tell the difference while on your hand only a jeweler under a special lens could tell...What would you say if your FFI gave you one???


 



http://www.diamondnexuslabs.com/ladies-rings-valencia-p-880.html


This one is the one I fell in love with it is so beautiful.


Posted on June 10, 2010 at 4:42 am
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I guess I wouldnt really mind if thats what he really wanted me to have.
Posted on June 10, 2010 at 8:06 am
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I agree but I like the thought that no body has died or lost an arm or leg for me to get my ring literally... I think that all of them are nearly perfect and for the price you cant beat it... The FFI said that if I got something like that he would upgrade me to the Tacori of my dreams later...

Posted on June 10, 2010 at 9:18 am
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there was some article i found regarding moissanite stones, and there was a way to tell it apart under blacklight i think, or it was too sparkly (how can anything be too sparkly, right?!) anywho, let me see if i can find it...


my opinion though, i'd rather have a real diamond, but...id rather have colored gemstone ring, which can be gorgeous!


 

Posted on June 10, 2010 at 4:31 pm
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its not Mossanite either... basically the diamond is made in lab were they replicate the natural cycle of diamond creation... I find it really cool 

Posted on June 11, 2010 at 10:27 am
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I've heard about people like Apollo Labs making lab created stones... but the process is still imperfect and expensive... and the sizing is limited- they only go from .25-.5 carats.


 


DNL makes CZs- there's a lot of info out on the interwebs if you're willing to look for it..and a lot of happy and angry customers.


 


I'm totally happy to rock a lab created sapphire (well three!) on my left hand- but that's a totally different process and has been reliable for a longer period of time.

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Yeah I agree thats just the ring I like but we were looking at this other place that does diamonds not CZ... Just thought it was interesting and wanted to share 

Posted on June 12, 2010 at 2:45 am
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 This type of diamond are like clarity enhance diamonds the only difference is that when we talks about clarity enhanced diamonds this are real diamonds that had been treated to improve their clarity making them a lot cheaper compared to untreated diamonds.

 
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