Lab Grown vs Natural Diamond Rings – Consumer Review

The naked eye cannot differentiate between nds. Natural diamonds contain small amounts of nitrogen. However, lab-grown diamonds do not contain any nitrogen. It is one of the factors gemologists search to determine if the diamond was created by man or natural. Natural diamonds are formed over the course of millions of years under the tension of the Earth’s crust and then harvested, cut, and polished. Similar tests can be performed using lab-grown diamonds but they’re conducted in completely different conditions. In fact, the method employed to produce a Lab Grown Diamond drastically reduces the growth period, from millions of years down to a few months. This Lab Diamond is then also smoothed and cut.

Is it possible to grow diamonds using a laboratory? In general, the response is affirmative. The answer is the same regardless of whether it’s a laboratory-grown or natural diamond. The flawlessly cut and perfectly polished diamond may be very expensive. The accredited gemological laboratories evaluate Lab Grown Diamonds as well as Natural Diamonds based on the differing levels of “inclusions” inside each diamond. Similar to how fingerprints are used to identify the level at which a diamond is. You want to learn more? Take a look at this video.