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Top 4 Differences between Lab-Grown Diamonds and Natural diamonds

by Shawn William Creative Writer


It can be really tough to find out the differences between lab-grown diamonds and natural diamonds unless you are pro in it. There is actually no visible or significant differences found in those two types of diamonds.


However, these two kinds have a lot of differences that separate the price value, clarity, cut, reflection, and other things. To get initial ideas about those, you can follow this article. Hope this helps!


When you buy a diamond or diamond jewelry, you get the clarity grade by the lab as well as from the seller. It determines the inclusions of the diamond significantly.


The Difference in Colors: Lab-grown diamonds usually come in blue, white, yellow, green, and pink. On the other hand, natural diamonds come with any color contrast you can imagine. The hues, saturation, and contrast of the color remain perfect and incomparable to any other metals around. This is why the price ranges higher than your imagination in terms of natural diamonds. 


The Difference in the Duration of Growing: Lab-grown diamonds grow within six to ten weeks in a lab. And surprisingly, natural diamonds are naturally living for 1 to 3.3 billion years. You can barely afford natural diamonds to make any jewelry because they are really very expensive.


The Difference in the Ultimate Value: It is already mentioned twice that natural diamonds are beyond your expected price range. There is a significant percentage of about 30% of the real value of the diamond. Lab-grown diamonds are preferred to make customized jewelry and stuff as they are affordable and come with various designs.


The Difference in Inclusions: Lab-grown diamonds are created in the molten metal procedure. This is why they usually have no metallic inclusions at all, but can be identified with a magnifying glass sometimes.


On the other hand, natural diamonds are naturally found from deep inside the earth. This is why they have inclusions, such as pinpoints, feathers, crystals, and clouds. They are usually grown from natural disasters or eruptions.


However, you can visit this site to know more about these two diamond types. And when you are about to purchase diamond products, make sure you are with a pro to take a look at the diamonds.


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