|Diamond Type:||Synthetic (lab Created)||Diamond Clarity:||VVS,VS,SI|
|Usage:||Jewellery,for Polishing||Hardness:||10.0 Mohs Scale|
|Shape:||Round Shape,Round Uncut||Payment Term:||100% In Advance|
|Payment Mode:||T/T, Bank Transfer, PayPal, Western Union||Packaging:||As Export Standard|
|Delivery Time:||1-15 Working Days Depends On Quantity||Courier:||DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT, EMS Etc|
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The history of laboratory-grown diamonds
Since the first diamond was discovered more than 2500 years ago, this dazzling gem has been endowed with extremely high value. Until now, despite the discovery of more diamond mines, natural diamonds are still at the top of the jewelry consumption pyramid.
Compared with the long history of natural diamonds, cultivated diamonds born in the middle of the last century are considered new. However, thanks to the rapid development of technology, cultivating diamonds has already stepped out of the research and exploration stage, and the pace of its marketization is also accelerating, which has attracted attention from inside and outside the industry.
a. At the end of the 18th century, French chemist Lavoisier discovered that diamond is a simple crystal composed of carbon formed under high-pressure and high-temperature conditions in the deep part of the earth, providing a theoretical basis for later cultivating diamond technology.
b. In 1952, William Iverso, a scientist at the US Federal Silicon Carbide Corporation, used chemical vapor deposition (Chemical Vapor Deposition, referred to as CVD) to continuously deposit carbon-containing gas on the diamond seeds, gradually accumulating and hardening to form diamonds.
c.In 1954, General Electric’s “Super Pressure Project” leader, Dr. Hall, led the team to make a breakthrough in the field of diamond cultivation technology and gave birth to what the industry called “High Pressure High Temperature Synthetic Diamonds” (HPHT).
d. In 1963, China's first artificial fine-grained diamond was born. It was developed by the Institute of Geochemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Zhengzhou Sanma Research Institute, and the Academy of Geological Sciences.
e. In 1970, the General Electric Company of the United States successfully cultivated large-grain gem-quality diamonds through improved technology, but did not produce mass production.
f. May 22, 2015-IGI Hong Kong laboratory identified the world’s largest colorless HPHT cultivated diamond. The cultivated diamond weighs 10.02 carats. It is made from a record-breaking 32.26 carat cultivated rough diamond. No more than 300 hours.
g.In 2016, the International Grown Diamond Association (IGDA) was established, which is the world's first international non-profit organization in the lab-grown diamonds industry. The main purpose is to promote the development of laboratory-grown diamonds.
h. Starting on July 24, 2018, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) changed the definition of diamonds. After full consultation with the industry, the FTC pointed out that the sales staff must clearly disclose the fact that diamonds are artificially cultivated man-made and "ores", and explained that "cultured" or similar "man-made" should be used as much as possible. "made", "lab-grown", "foundry" and other words are used to name cultivated diamonds.
i. On March 9, 2020, IGI International Gemological Institute identified a 7.06 carat CVD cultivated diamond. The birth of this diamond also marks the maturity of high-quality, large-carat CVD cultivated diamond technology.
From the end of the 18th century to 2020, from the emergence of CVD and HPHT technology to the formal entry of lab created diamonds into the jewelry field, the development of cultivated diamonds has only more than a hundred years of history. Compared with natural diamonds and other gemstones, it is undoubtedly the jewelry industry New star.
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