Among the finest laboratory-grown diamonds, in a classic solitaire setting. Lightbox stones are made to a consistently high standard and are inscribed with a mark of quality invisible to the naked eye.
What are Lab-Grown Diamonds?
Lab-grown diamonds are diamonds that were grown by scientists in a lab. They share the same chemical makeup as natural diamonds and are optically identical. The biggest differences between natural and lab-created diamonds are how they’re made, and how rare they are. Natural diamonds form below the surface of the earth over millions of years, whereas lab-grown diamonds can be created in a lab over a period of a few weeks.
- Metal: 14kt White Gold
- Center Stone: Round Brilliant Lab-Grown Diamond
- Cut: Very Good
- Colour: Near-colourless G-J
- Clarity: VS
- Total Carat: 1.50cttw
- Backs: Butterfly
Quality of Lightbox Stones:
Every Lightbox lab-grown diamond has been measured as “Very Good,” offering exceptional brilliance and fire. In fact, our production process means that we grow our stones to be the optimal size and shape for cutting, maximizing the sparkle each stone can offer.
Every Lightbox lab-grown diamond has been measured as VS. This means the stone has only minor inclusions that cannot be seen by the naked eye and are difficult to see at 10x magnification.
Every white Lightbox lab-grown diamond has been measured as near colourless. This is technically defined as between G and J for genuine diamonds and means that only a trained gemologist can detect a trace of colour. Lightbox diamonds are available in white, pink and blue colours.