Lab Grown Diamond Jewelry True Origin™ 3-Stone Lab Grown Diamond 14k Gold Stud Earrings

# EM1000

Lab Grown Diamond Jewelry True Origin™ 3-Stone Lab Grown Diamond 14k Gold Stud Earrings

# EM1000

Lab Grown Diamond Stone Clarity: VS2/SI1, Lab Grown Diamond Color: D-E-F, Earring Closure: Post & Push

$619.95
USD

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Details

Material: Primary - Purity:14K
Stone Type_1:Diamond, Lab Grown
Stone Quantity_1:6
Length of Item:13 mm
Plating:Rhodium
Stone Weight_1:0.08
Stone Clarity_1:VS2/SI1 (VS)
Material: Primary:Gold
Completeness:Complete (all stones included)
Stone Shape_1:Round
Stone Size_1:2.7
Thickness:2.3 mm
Width of Item:6.3 mm
Engravable:Not Recommended
Packaging:Gift Boxed
Product Type:Jewelry
Jewelry Type:Earrings
Sold By Unit:Pair
Material: Primary - Color:White
Earring Closure:Post & Push Back
Earring Type:Stud
Stone Creation Method_1:Lab Grown
Stone Color Grade_1:D-E-F

Name True Origin™ 3-Stone Lab Grown Diamond 14k Gold Stud Earrings
Stock Number EM1000
Department Fine Jewelry
Type Earrings
Sub Type Studs, Three-Stone
Collection True Origin
Material White Gold
Width 6.30 mm

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True Origin™ Collection Lab-Grown diamonds are man-made diamonds that are chemically, physically, and optically identical to diamonds originating from nature. Both have the same chemical composition and atomic structure, producing the very same durability, fire, and sparkle. Laboratory grown diamonds are a testament to the use of technology and human achievement. “Lab-Grown” most accurately describes the man-made diamond production process in which the crystal structure is grown from the seed diamond. Lab grown diamonds are the result of an extemporaneous crystallization process rather than a synthesis of compounds. Lab-Grown diamonds utilize a Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) process or a High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) method that cause carbon atoms to crystallize into the structure that renders them harder than any other form of carbon and harder than any other material. Both processes require advanced technological equipment and both produce rough diamonds that are then cleaned, cut, and polished in the very same way that naturally-occurring, mined diamond rough is processed.  Diamond growth can be initiated only when a pre-existing diamond seed or a sliver of diamond substrate is present for the carbon atoms to attach to and “learn” the diamond’s strong tetrahedral crystal lattice. The “seed” essentially serves as a blue ...