Lab Created Diamonds Dallas

Lab Created Diamonds have become increasingly popular within this last decade, but people still seem to be confused on what they exactly are.

So let’s break it down.

What are Lab Created Diamonds

Lab Created Diamonds are man-made diamonds grown in a controlled laboratory. Are Lab Created Diamonds real? Yes. Lab Created Diamonds have the same chemical, optical, and physical characteristics as a Natural Diamond. Both Natural Diamonds and Lab Diamonds come with diamond certifications. Lab Created Diamonds have also been referred to as Lab Grown, Man Made, Cultured, and Engineered Diamonds.

Oval Lab Created Diamond Engagement Ring.
Lab Created Diamond Engagement Ring

Are They Considered a Diamond Simulant? 

Are they considered a Diamond Simulant? Simple answer, no. Let’s start with explaining what a diamond simulant is. Think Moissanite and Cubic Zirconia, they look similar to diamonds but are not true carbon crystals. They do not carry the same chemical and physical properties as diamonds, meaning they sell for much lower prices. 

Lab Grown Diamonds vs Natural Diamonds

Lab Grown Diamonds have the exact same level of hardness and durability as Natural Diamonds. The differences between Natural Diamond and Lab Grown Diamonds cannot be seen with the naked eye. Natural Diamonds are created under pressure of the earth’s crust across millions of years. Lab Grown Diamonds are put through the same process, only across a span of a few months. 

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Benefits to Lab Created Diamonds

Lab Grown Diamonds are often better quality than Natural Diamonds due to the high controlled environment as well as its fully monitored process. Lab Created Diamonds are often 30 – 40% less than Natural Diamonds, which means you can purchase a larger stone. Some benefits on choosing Lab Grown Diamonds include: 

  • Fewer defects
  • Environmentally Friendly 
  • Greater Affordability
  • Brighter Quality and Higher Purity
  • Ethical

Cons of Buying Lab Created Diamonds

Lab Grown Diamonds have skyrocketed in recent years although they have been around for a few decades now. Lab Created Diamonds don’t hold that rarity factor that Natural Diamonds do, considering there is a finite supply of them. Meaning that Natural Diamonds will hold their value over time unlike Lab Grown Diamonds. This doesn’t mean there isn’t a resale value for Lab Grown Diamonds, it just means that the resale value will be lower than Natural Diamonds. Which might be something to consider if you ever plan on upgrading your diamonds or selling your diamond jewelry. 

Should I Buy a Lab Created Diamond? 

Well the choice is up to you! There is no right or wrong answer when it comes to choosing a Lab Created Diamond or a Natural Diamond. What you should take in consideration is your budget, preference of both partners, and if you prioritize release value or not. Whether you are ready to buy a Lab Created Diamond or a Natural Diamond Jewelry Buyers Dallas is here to provide answers to any questions you may have. Jewelry Buyers Dallas understands it can be confusing and intimidating when shopping for diamonds and diamond jewelry. And we know it’s important that you know what you are buying. 

Looking to sell loose diamonds in Dallas? We purchase loose diamonds in Dallas for cash. Bring your diamond in for a free appraisal and cash offer. If you’re looking to upgrade your current diamonds for something new, we will appraise your diamond and offer you the best price for your loose diamond towards a bigger and better diamond.

Jewelry Buyers Dallas is here to help you navigate all your diamond decisions. Call us today at 972 – 726 – 9933 or Text us at 469 – 662 – 8688. Or you can send us a detailed email at info@jewelrybuyersdallas.com to inquire about your jewelry. Visit Us at 5757 Alpha Rd #605 Dallas, Tx 75240. Shop Lab Created Diamonds Today!

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Author: Brooke Tucker, October 2022

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