GOING OUT CONSIDER THESE DIAMOND ALTERNATIVES THAT LOOK REAL (AND ONE THAT IS REAL)

Mastering the Art of Diamond Jewelry Selection

Introduction

If your preferred diamond has no visible inclusion, it is known as eye-clean. However, if you want a flawless diamond, it is best to speak to the Gemologist and rely on the grading scale. The Rare Carat Diamonds Guide Gemologists are there to advise you, and as they have years of training it is best to rely on their judgment. The company provides a 360-degree diamond view, so while you are online you can check out your chosen diamond to ensure it is relatively free of inclusions.

Rare Carat Diamonds Guide

Rare Carat is America’s # 1 source of unbiased advice for engagement rings, and unlike many other companies, they actually want you the customer to be happy. Both Trust Pilot and Google Business rate Rare Carat 4.9/5. When you purchase your Rare Carat diamond you will be given a free Gemologist check on all GIA-certified diamonds and a copy of the 4 Cs buying guide. Dealing with Rare Carat is an education, and the Gemologists are happy to answer all your questions, if you don’t find the perfect ring design, they will help you to customize a style that suits you.

Natural Versus Lab Grown Diamonds

When mastering the art of diamond jewelry selection, you are sure to have some questions regarding lab-grown diamonds. This is where the Rare Carat Diamonds Guide can help you with the answer. A lab-grown diamond has the exact same chemical composition and physical features as a natural stone, so they are graded in the same way using the 4 Cs.

  • Color
  • Cut
  • Clarity
  • Carat Weight

It does cost money to grow a diamond in the lab, but a lot less money than mining. Therefore, Rare Carat is able to pass the savings onto you the consumer. I will outline some of the savings below, and they will surprise you.

1 carat round Natural $5.625 Lab-Grown $1.626

1-carat cushion Natural $3,337 Lab-Grown $1,571

2-carat cushion Natural $19,339 Lab-Grown $4,158

3-carat cushion Natural $41,848Lab-Grown $8.054

This is amazing and means Rare Carats Diamonds Guide, allows the purchaser to buy a 3-carat lab-grown diamond for almost the same price as a 1-carat natural diamond. When making your Diamond Jewelry selection you really won’t be able to tell the difference between natural and lab-grown as the difference is not discernable with the naked eye. Even the Gemologist needs to look through his glass to tell the difference, and this is discerned by the inclusions that he sees in the molecules through the microscope.

Inclusions

The lab-grown diamond has different inclusions to the mined diamond and mainly contains metal inclusions that are found in the growth solutions.

When a diamond is exposed to UV light, after treatment, it can glow a different color. usually blue or orange, this is phosphorescence and you will see it in many lab-grown diamonds.

Another tint that occurs is blue, due to the mineral boron being used in trace amounts in the growing chamber to remove excess nitrogen. The GIA does not list this in their reports, as usually when the stone is cut and set, the blue tinge is only visible in certain lights.

Post Growth Treatment

Rare Carats Diamonds Guide includes information about post-growth treatment for the lab-grown diamond. Because the diamond is nearly pure carbon it comes out of the growing chamber looking square and charred. 70% of all CVD diamonds that are grown in a chemical vapor deposition chamber come out with a brown or yellow tint, and they are sent off for cleaning and polishing using the HPHT process to remove some of the colors. High-pressure high-temperature cleaning allows the color to remain stable on completion. The post-growth treatment will be listed on your diamond grading report to give you full information about your diamond. More people are turning to lab-grown diamonds, as they see them as an environmentally friendly option to mining. Another thing to think about when checking the Rare Carat Diamonds Guide.

Conclusion

Once you have chosen the right stone, the rest is easy. The Gemologist helps you decide on the setting and then the client proceeds to the checkout where he/she pays for the ring using PayPal or cards. The ring will be shipped to your home on completion, and you will need to sign for it.

 




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