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Lab-grown diamonds are real diamonds. Lab-grown diamonds are identical to earth-mined diamonds in every aspect. They are grown in a lab under various technological processes by developing a natural diamond seed into a crystal-clear flawless diamond at high temperature and pressure. They exhibit the same shine, brilliance, and sparkle as that of naturally mined diamonds. Lab-grown diamonds offer an exceptional value compared to the same quality rare earth-mined diamonds.

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There is no visual difference between high-quality lab diamonds and natural diamonds. Colourless diamonds or near-Colourless diamonds can be found in natural and lab-grown diamonds. They also come in a variety of fancy colours. Similarly, lab-grown and natural diamonds are available in all standard shapes, including round, princess, oval, marquise, pear, cushion, radiant, emerald, and Asscher. Lab grown diamonds and natural diamonds have identical brilliance and radiance,therefore  it’s tough to differentiate them with naked eye.

Benefits of Lab-Grown Diamonds

Lab-Grown diamonds possess the same characteristics as that earth-mined diamonds. In fact, some lab-grown diamonds have less strain in their crystal structure and fewer defects than natural diamonds. Furthermore, they are purer than mined diamonds, which frequently contain dirt.

Here's why going lab-grown is the smart, & conscious choice for you:

  • You are aware of the origin of your diamond.
  • You get a larger diamond for your money.
  • Fancy-colored diamonds are within your financial means.
  • Lab-grown diamonds are eco-friendly.

Prominent Shapes of our Lab-Grown Diamonds:

Round

The Round cut diamonds are perfect to make classic looks. Round cut diamonds are crafted with brilliance ensuring a great pick for an engagement. However, the round outline works for any mounting, from classic jewels to contemporary designs, retaining a mesmerizing sparkle.

Oval

The Oval-cut diamonds are slightly identical to the brilliance of the round ones, but their elongated shape adds a lengthening look to the finger. The face-up ratio of the oval-cut diamonds will determine the outline when looked at from the top.

Cushion

The Cushion cut diamond signifies fire. It has gained a resurgence in popularity for its vintage facet. They are made from an elegant combination of round and oval characteristics to refract flashes of colored light.

Pear Shape

The Pear-shaped diamonds are a unique hybrid cut with a beautiful tear-drop shape, combining the goodness of marquise and round-cut diamonds. Their perfect proportion gives a depth of shine to the diamond. Pear shapes are largely popular in making minimalistic patterned rings, earrings, and pendants. Their face-up is 8% larger than round cuts.

Princess

The Princess cut is one of the most dazzling diamond shape, known for its liveliness and charm. They are slightly smaller on the face-up size, making them the most preferred option for minimalists. It is a modern-day divinity possessing sleek, square lines with a gifted gorgeous sparkle. Among the most popular of the fancy diamond shapes, the princess cut looks very stunning in any given setting.

Radiant

A Radiant cut is made from the characteristics of an emerald cut and a round cut. The Radiant cut has a unique charm and sparkle,The curtailed corners make it more durable than the princess cut. They are heavier in weight and have higher colour concentrations compared to other diamond shapes.

Marquise

The Marquise cut has an elongated shape, categorized by two sharper points on either end. Similar to that of ovals, the marquise looks huge, making your finger appear thin. They have the largest face-up area compared to all diamond cuts.

Triangular

The Triangular cuts, also known as Trillions and Trillions. They have a unique geometry side that sparkles making these diamonds stand out. Although popular as side stones, these make a bold statement. Its shallow cut makes them face up more than the round cuts. They are a perfect pick for an engagement ring.

Emerald

Unlike usual diamond shapes, the Emerald cuts are rare diamonds, attributing to their elongated shape causing a "Step cut" illusion on the finger, thus, adding a distinct sparkle. The Emerald-cut diamonds look larger from a top angle with the step cuts accentuating the clarity of the diamond. These diamonds refract a stunning, subtle "Hall of Mirrors" effect. They are a great choice for an understated East-West ring.

Heart

Synonymous with its name, the Heart-cut diamonds are a symbol of Romance. They can be the best gift for your intimate occasions and therefore are the most demanding diamond cuts of all time! The Heart-shape cuts are purely an epitome of an artistic skill set.

4 C’s of Lab Grown Diamond

Choosing the best is your right! Knowing the 4C’s of Lab-Grown Diamond helps you to choose the perfect diamond, with perfect brilliance and shine. Check out our Lab-Grown Diamond guide essential for better understanding.

  1. Cut:

    The most important aspect of a diamond is its cut. This will influence how bright it looks, especially when seen in the light. With so many choices such as brilliant, oval, cushion, and radiant. The cut can make all the difference to how bright your diamond looks. This is regardless of how large or heavy it is. The round brilliant cut diamond has max sparkle. As a result, it’s the most popular diamond shape.
     
     

     
     
    Svaraa Suggest:
    For Round Shape Diamonds prefer an Ideal or Excellent cut and in Fancy Shape Diamonds prefer a Very Good cut.

  2. Clarity:

    Diamond clarity refers to the purity and rarity of the stone, and the degree to which it presents blemishes and inclusions. When forming, natural microscopic characteristics can be trapped within or on the diamond. The lower the number of imperfections and flaws in a diamond’s aesthetic appearance, the higher the clarity grade. When determining the optimum clarity for a diamond, keep in mind that no diamond is entirely pure. However, the closer it gets to purity, the clearer it becomes.
     
     

     
     
    Svaraa Suggest:
    While clarity has a significant effect on the value of a diamond, most defects are invisible to the naked or unassisted eye, so We suggest VVS2 or VS1 clarity of the diamond.

  3. Colour:

    It is often assumed that diamonds are completely clear. But since diamonds have trace elements in them, they can have subtle colours. While colour is one of the 4 C’s that jewellers use to rate diamonds, the colour is more about rarity and quality. Completely colourless diamonds are the rarest, which makes them valuable.

    Diamonds are rated based on hue, tone, and saturation, and the diamond colour scale includes those factors.

    Diamond hue includes the stone's actual colour - for example, white, yellow, pink, brown, or blue. A gem's tone is the degree of colour, from light to dark. Finally, saturation is the colour’s depth and intensity. Colourless diamonds do not have saturation. Instead, they have fire and brilliance.

    A diamond’s colour is the result of chemical impurities within the stone. The most commonly displayed tones are brown or yellow. The less colour a diamond exhibits, the rarer and therefore valuable it will be. The colour of a lab-grown diamond is determined based on the Gemological Institute of America’s (GIA) criteria. As with natural diamonds, the colour of a lab-grown diamond is subtle in nature and will vary from diamond to diamond. This can range on an alphabetical scale from D to Z. The former being virtually colourless and more valuable. However, the latter is noticeably yellow in colours and therefore, less valuable. Our range of colours are handpicked to ensure excellent light refraction and a long-lasting sparkle.
     
     

     
     

    Svaraa Suggest:At Svaraa, we carry colourless diamonds (D-E-F) because they show the most brilliance and fire.

  4. Carat

    The Carat is the unit of diamond measurement. Carat (ct.) refers to the unique unit of weight measurement used exclusively to weigh gemstones and diamonds. Carat weight is often confused with visual size even though it is a measurement of weight. You cannot actually see carat weight with the naked eye. Several factors affect the weight of a stone, such as density, the formulation of the jewel, and the shape.

    A phrase to look for when shopping is Total Carat Weight or TCW. Total carat weight represents the total weight of all diamonds in a piece of jewellery when more than one stone is used. Sets of jewellery, or jewellery sold in pairs, are typically sold using TCW. Diamond solitaire earrings, for example, are usually quoted in TCW, indicating the combined weight of the diamonds in both earrings.

    The diamonds in our Diamond Size Chart may appear to be different sizes, but the carat weight is still the same. For example, the 1-carat ASSCHER diamond looks smaller than the 1-carat OVAL diamond, yet they are the same carat weight.
     
     

     
     

    Svaraa Suggest: To get a bigger look you can choose an elongated shape like Emerald, Oval, Pear, or Elongated Cushion shape Diamond.

     

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