Diamaz Diamond Competition

  • Diamaz Diamond Competition

    A laboratory grown diamond is a real diamond. The 3 major international diamond labs GIA, HRD and IGI will provide diamond grading reports certifying it is a diamond with the point of origin being the only difference. One is grown above the ground while the other is extracted from the ground. Lab grown diamonds go through the exact same process that a natural diamond undergoes underground although nature is reproduced in the laboratory.

    A rough lab grown diamond is grown from a small diamond seed. The diamond seed is placed in an environment that contains carbon, the molecular component of diamonds. After applying tremendous pressure and very high temperatures, under highly controlled conditions, the small diamond seed begins to grow, molecule by molecule, layer by layer, emulating nature’s process. The result is a rough diamond within about 5 days, which can be cut and polished for use in jewelry like any other naturally mined diamond. Lab grown diamonds come in white  yellow, blue and pink. They offer retailers new markets and new opportunities for growth. They also offer consumers an alternative choice.

    Diamaz International will be exhibiting at IJL and showcasing a wide range of white, yellow, blue and pink laboratory grown diamonds on stand E110. They will also be presenting a seminar on Lab Grown Diamonds on Sunday 31st August.

    For your chance to WIN a Diamaz Diamond please donwload this form and take it to stand E110 at IJL.

    For terms and conditions regarding this competition please contact thierry@diamaz.be as this competition is run by the exhibitor and not IJL.

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International Jewellery London (IJL), Bright Young Gems, Diamond Club, Editor's Choice and Kickstart are registered trade marks of Reed Exhibitions Limited. PIPR is a registered trade mark of Reed Exhibitions Limited and Royds solicitors. International Jewellery London is a trade mark of Reed Exhibitions Limited.

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