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Top 4 Differences between Raw Diamonds and Factory Made diamonds

by Shawn William Creative Writer
    

It is quite challenging for a regular buyer to find any significant differences between raw diamonds and factory-made diamonds. If you take an expert or gemmologist with you, that could be a solution to sort out the differences. 

However, some differences make the raw diamonds raw, and the factory-made diamonds lab-grown. And this article will discuss these factors thoroughly. 

The difference in Growing Time: Raw diamonds are the creations of nature that grow about 1 to 3 billion years in the deepest earth. On the other hand, the lab-grown or factory-made diamonds grow only within six to ten weeks under scientists’ observation in a lab. 

Still, the Man-made diamonds New Zealand have a preference because they are affordable in price.

The Color Difference: Factory made diamonds come in the most preferred yellow, pink, blue, blue, white, and green colors. And the raw diamonds can assure you any colors you want, including colorless. The saturation, color-contrast, and hues remain so incredible that the natural diamonds have a vibe in it to be the most precious one. 

This is why the price range is higher compared to the factory-made diamonds.

The Value Difference: Generally, factory-made diamonds lack purity in a bit, no matter how well-organized they are. Therefore, the value of raw diamonds will always remain pricier. People prefer factory-made diamonds to make customized jewelry and stuff because they are easily modified.

The Inclusion Differences: Factory made diamonds are grown in the molten metal process. Therefore, they don’t carry any metallic inclusions at all. But, a very few inclusions can be identified by the magnifying glass. 

On the other hand, raw diamonds are found naturally from the deepest earth that grows for about billions of years. So, naturally, they have inclusions with crystals, pinpoints, and clouds. Raw diamonds are made from natural disasters and eruptions.

Overall, no matter which category diamond you will purchase, consider taking a professional with you to identify the purity. Don’t compromise the quality and purity of that expensive metal by buying it from an unknown store.


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