The lab-created diamond ring is flawless, ethical, and affordable. While searching for a perfect lab-created diamond ring you must have been confused as all rings are unique according to their appearance.
How to Purchase a Lab-Created Diamond Ring?
Lab-grown diamonds are created in the lab by either of the two processes of CVD (Chemical Vapor Depositions) or HPHT (High-Pressure High Temperature). Lab-created diamonds are affordable as it is up to 30% to 40% less than the mined diamonds. So before you simply go and purchase a lab-created diamond ring you must know about a few steps.
The only thing which comes first in our mind while purchasing a lab-created diamond ring is the budget. The price of a diamond depends on the 4c’s (cut, color, clarity, and carat weight), shape, and size, whether it is natural diamond or lab created diamond. So, you will need to fix the budget according to your preference. Once you fix it you may you can start inquiry or take a step ahead to purchase.
2: Lab-Created Diamond Ring Styles
Once you decide the budget of your lab-grown diamond ring, the next important job is to find the perfect ring style for your partner. To choose it you can take help from your partner or their friends who know their taste. If the ring style is perfect the answer of your partner will definitely be “yes”.
3: Diamond Shape
The most important thing is to decide the shape of a diamond which gives a flawless appearance to the ring. Basically, the price of a diamond varies on the 4c’s cut, clarity, color, and carat weight. But, to establish your engagement ring the first decision must be the shape of the diamond.
4: The Diamond 4C’s
The visual presence of a diamond engagement ring also depends on the 4c’s (cut, clarity, color, and carat weight).
The cut of a diamond refers to its proportions, which gives the shape of a diamond. The cut can be defined as “Poor”, “Ideal” and also can be “Excellent.”
The clarity of a diamond is the inclusions and the flaws which can be external and internal. The grading report of the clarity of a diamond is from “I” to “FL”. As many of the inclusions can be seen only with magnification.
The color grading of a diamond is a scale from “D” to “Z”. Where the “D” indicates to be colorless which we aim for and on the other hand, “Z” indicates to have yellow hue present in the diamond due to other elements.
- Carat Weight
The carat weight is one of the most vital parts in which the price of a diamond varies. The more weight of a diamond will cost you more depending on the cut, color, and clarity.
5: FINISH, FLUORESCENCE & PROPORTIONS
The “Finish” includes the “Polish” which indicates the facets which enhance the performance of the light and makes the diamond sparkle and the “Symmetry” which is associated with the facets. Any single facets are out of its place will degrade and affect the brilliancy of a diamond.
The fluorescence of a diamond scale grade ranges from “None” to “Strong”. The fluorescence of a diamond is neither good nor bad, as it doesn’t affect the sparkle or the authenticity of a diamond. Depending upon the finish of a diamond it will react by producing a soft hue under ultraviolet light.
The diamond proportions include the “Table” which indicates the refraction. The refraction is how light enters and moves through a diamond. The diamond table is when a diamond experiences the most refraction.
The “Depth” of a diamond is measured from the diamond table which is the top of a diamond to the bottom of a diamond which is known as the culet. Overall visual performance of a diamond comes from measuring the height of a diamond.