Lab-Grown Diamonds

The expert consultants at Bopie’s are dedicated to offering our customers only the highest quality options for loose diamonds from trustworthy providers, and giving advice with honesty and transparency. Now, we have the honor of including Lab-Grown Diamonds in our inventory — 100% true diamonds, made by replicating the environmental factors which birth naturally occurring diamonds.

Nature’s Process Perfected

Diamonds are born deep within the earth, brought to the surface by churning volcanic activity. During their development, they can be exposed to foreign elements that can give them discoloration, inclusions, and cloudiness. Lab-grown diamonds begin with pure carbon, put into a controlled environment which simulates the immense pressure and temperature required for a naturally occurring diamond to form. They are genuine, true diamonds, having the very same atomic structure as mined diamonds, making them indistinguishable even to expert gemologists, aside from having internally flawless clarity. In addition to this, rather than taking billions of years to form, and needing costly mining operations to recover them, lab-grown diamonds can take as few as 12 weeks to develop before they are simply taken out, cut, and sent to waiting buyers.

Picking the Right Diamond for You

Many consumers like the idea of a mined diamond better for the sentimental value of something that came from the earth. Most young people will choose a lab-created diamond because of its financial practicality and the growing awareness of the ethical concerns of diamond mining. At Bopie’s, either choice is the right choice, because our diamonds are responsibly sourced and conflict-free, coming only from vendors that follow the Kimberley Process.

All you need to do is weigh your options!

Lab-Created

– Always IF Clarity
– Only colored when intended
– Pure carbon in controlled environment
– Stronger & harder diamonds
– Renewable
– Easily obtained
– Costs 20-40% less

Mined

– 99% have inclusions, most invisible to the naked eye
– Subject to unwanted discoloration
– Exposed to foreign elements in the earth
– Flaws can make them prone to cracking
– Non-renewable sources
– Costly mining operations needed
– Costs more even with low grade quality