Diamond from lab to live
Lab-grown things are becoming more and more common nowadays. Meat, dairy and diamond can now be grown in a lab. Technological and manufacturing improvements have made lab-grown diamonds cheaper, at the same time environmental concerns have led jewellery giants to stop mining the earth for diamonds.
Naturally found diamonds are the result of millions of years of extreme pressure and temperatures deep within the Earth, which makes them symbols of enduring beauty and love. A lab-grown diamond also requests for high temperature and high pressure environment and special treatment to grow from seed in a knife-like culture chamber which are physically and chemically indistinguishable from natural found ones.
Millions of carats of lab-grown diamonds have been produced annually. We can see that self-produced high-temperature and high-pressure lab-grown diamonds demands is on a fast growing. LABSTAR is a diamond brand who built its own boutique high temperature and high pressure (HPHT) production plant in Japan. At present, it can stably produce 3-carat embryos, with an annual output of 30,000 carats of Lab Star Diamond. The company has been committed to promoting the application and development of laboratory-grown diamonds in the global jewellery market.
Thanks to the advances of lab-grown diamond technology in the past over 50 years, more and more people embrace the idea of buying necklaces, earrings and bracelets studded with lab-grown diamonds. Lab-grown diamonds are being embraced as part of the daily life’s gorgeous jewelry.