Rare Carat Cushion Cut Lab Grown Diamonds

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Introduction

Rare Carat Cushion Cut Diamond is a perfect choice for an engagement ring. At about $1400 it is also the best price for a 1-carat diamond, as a mined diamond would cost at least $4,500, and the wonderful news is that the lab-grown diamond has all the properties of a mined diamond and you can’t tell the difference. In fact, a laboratory-grown diamond is often more perfect, especially a Rare Carat one.

What is a Laboratory Grown Diamond

A CVD diamond created by Chemical Vapor Deposition in the lab begins with a seed crystal from a high-quality diamond and the process takes place in a vacuum chamber. Natural gas is pumped into the chamber and broken down into carbon atoms. High temperatures are used to complete the process and make the diamond, normally colorless. Of course, this process is much faster than mining diamonds, as a mined diamond takes thousands of years to grow, and mining is invasive. So CVD diamonds are growing in popularity as they are considered a green solution instead of mining.

Rare Carat Diamonds

To look at the Rare Carat 1-carat lab-grown diamond click on the website. Rare Carat only sells diamonds so this gives the purchaser a good idea of what is available. Rare Carat comply with the 4 C’s guide and they are:

  • Color
  • Cut
  • Clarity
  • Carat Weight
  • Certification

On closer inspection, a lab-grown diamond measures up to all of these standards. Some diamond rings are far from flawless, so obviously there are different grades on the measurement scale. Your lab-grown diamond may in fact be of better quality than many natural ones.

Rare Carat makes it easy for you to search for diamonds on their site, just click the lab button to see the wide range of rings that fit the budget.

A Rare Carat Cushion Cut Diamond makes a very beautiful engagement ring and will suit most fingers, Once you have made your choices and chosen the setting go to the pay button to complete the purchase, and once the payment is made the ring will be sent to your address in 2-3 weeks. When the ring arrives the purchaser receives an email the day before, as the item must be signed for.

Chemical Vapor Deposition

CVD produces a very pure diamond, and if a young couple has any qualms about purchasing a lab-grown diamond, seeing them usually dispels any doubts. When purchasing from rare carat the buyer receives a Gemologists Report on GIA certified Diamonds and a free 4 C’s buying guide.

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HPHT

High-pressure, high-temperature diamonds are another way to grow diamonds in a lab, as the extreme temperatures replicate what happens in the earth’s crust when diamonds are formed over thousands of years.

Advantages of a Lab-Grown Diamond

  • Bigger diamonds for less cost
  • The diamond is the same chemical composition as a mined diamond
  • A more sustainable product, unlike mining which is invasive.

Disadvantages of a Lab-Grown Diamond

  • The resale value is uncertain, but that could change
  • Perception needs to change as some people find the concept of lab-grown hard to accept, but not everyone.

Lab Grown Diamonds

Many young couples starting out, go onto the Rare Carat site to look at engagement rings, and when they see the price they find it hard to believe how much cheaper the rings are. Rare Carat Cushion Cut Diamond is a popular choice for rings, and sometimes there is a faint blue tinge to the ring. This is caused by Boron a mineral used in the growing chamber to remove the excess nitrogen. Often once the diamond is cut and ready for wear the blue is not noticeable, and some of the lab diamonds are perfect to the naked eye and even the Gemologist finds it hard to tell the difference.

Conclusion

Laboratory Diamonds are now becoming mainstream, as they make such beautiful, sustainable rings. Most people love the idea of having a ‘green alternative to mining that takes thousands of years to grow a diamond and lots of expensive machinery to mine it. Growing diamonds in the lab is becoming almost perfect as the scientists refine the process.

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