Pure Carbon Man Made Diamonds Make Perfectness Quality
Diamonds have always fascinated us for centuries. Earlier, only the rich and powerful could afford them, but now it has become ubiquitous with diamond or platinum jewellery. Although they cannot be considered as a rare material, credit goes to the marketing and advertising strategy of the DeBeers group who popularized diamond rings as a way for a man to show his love for his (to be) wife. The diamonds found naturally are not always the ones you see in movies- they contain many inclusions which affect its luster and shine, man made diamonds on the other hand are flawless and of much better quality than natural mined diamonds.
Man made diamonds- Perfect for Jewelry
Have you seen how beautiful diamond jewellery looks?
Yes, the wearer of the jewellery actually becomes the star of the evening. The diamonds used in the jewellery sparkle and shine to give a magnificent appearance, complementing the design of the clothes of the wearer. Generally, the diamonds used on the jewellery tend to be mined diamonds, which are expensive and not easily available. However, this is soon going to change.
Manmade diamonds, produced in the laboratory environment are soon gaining market share and are on the path to replace mined diamonds. These diamonds are cheaper and of much better quality than mined diamonds. The problem is, the producers of manmade diamonds have not reached the scale needed to compete with mined diamonds.
How man made diamonds are better than mined diamonds
Many of you may say that man made diamonds are ‘artificial’, but this is far from the truth. Man made diamonds are physically, chemically and optically similar to mined diamonds, in fact, these diamonds are produced in a way that mimics the way mined diamonds have formed deep in the Earth’s crust. This way, manmade diamonds are produced with better specs and lesser to virtually no inclusions of other minerals or other materials in the diamond.
In fact, recent news reports suggest that toxic air is being collected in China which will eventually be used to make diamonds.
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