Post # 46
I wear a 3.43ct GCAL I VS2 lab emerald cut and love it so much – no regrets! I actually think it’s cooler that my diamond was grown in a high tech Silicon Valley lab (mine is from Diamond Foundry) than it growing in the ground – especially since I know for a fact that my stone had no negative environmental or humanitarian impact (DF even operates in a certified carbon neutral facility). My diamond came from science and has every bit as much meaning and super cool history as a mined stone. Different strokes and all that – but I LOVE my diamond, and I especially love the extra $20k I have in the bank as a result lol.
Post # 47
Thank you to everyone who showed me their fabulous rings! I really appreciate it and made the decision to go lab easier. 🙂
Post # 48
I was a bit hesitant to go lab grown at first especially without seeing any in person but my mind changed completely when I received my ring! Not to mention the cost savings were huge. My lab diamond is G, VS2, Triple Ex. Depending on the lighting, it behaves differently. Here are some pics.. I was able to get a pretty good shot of the arrows too! Hope you love what you end up getting and post pics if you can!
Post # 49
EricainOlalla : Your ring…your entire set is GORGEOUS!!! I love everything about it especially the tiny double prongs!
Post # 50
I purchased a lab diamond out of curiosity and it is beautiful, looking at it you can’t tell the diference from the ones that grow in the earth. I got a .61 carat, F color, VS1 clarity, triple excellent lab diamond from Brilliant Earth and it was a huge savings compared to a mined diamond. For a mined diamond it would have cost me more then double the price. I do love that mined diamonds have a history, so it really boils down to your own personal preference and what you want to spend. You can get more bang for your buck with a lab diamond.