And since we’re launching a collection of lab-grown diamonds in store this week, we want to make sure you know about what we like to call “above-ground” diamonds. We are so excited to offer you the highest quality lab-grown diamonds in a collection of stud earrings, right on time for the holiday season.
You’re probably thinking “Amazing! But why the nickname ‘above-ground’”?
There seems to be a stigma or general lack of knowledge around lab-grown diamonds because of the term “lab-grown” or “man-made”. These terms seem to imply that lab-grown diamonds are not the real thing.
And yet they are. A lab-grown diamond is made up of the same chemical and biological components as a naturally-created diamond, and is subjected to the same environmental factors as a naturally-created diamond, only accelerated.
To keep it simple, here at True Bijoux we like to call naturally-made diamonds “below-ground” diamonds; in that they were developed deep beneath the surface of the earth and were mined, whereas lab-grown diamonds were developed “above-ground” by humans, but are equally as stunning and valuable.
Our collection of above-ground diamond studs have the highest purity ratings thanks to the above-ground process and we offer a range of prices and sizes. Starting at $375, all of our above-ground diamond studs are set in 14 karat white gold three pronged studs. Whether you are purchasing your first “important” gift for your special someone, or are looking for a classic addition to your love’s jewelry collection, these diamond studs are sure to satisfy. We are excited for you to see them!
A few benefits to purchasing an above-ground diamond?
- Environmental Impact: above-ground diamonds take substantially less energy than below-ground diamonds to create
- Superior clarity and purity: Because of the above-ground process, there are fewer imperfections and a higher degree of clarity in above-ground diamonds.
Of course, our offering doesn’t stop at our newest collection of above-ground diamond studs. We also sell below-ground diamonds and Moissanite, as well as a variety of precious gems. Wondering which option is best for you? Come into the store and ask us any questions you may have - see you soon!