Lab created diamonds, also known as engineered or cultured diamonds, are grown in highly controlled laboratory environments using advanced technological processes that duplicate the conditions under which diamonds naturally develop when they form in the mantle, beneath the Earth’s crust.

Our lab diamonds are grown from the tiny carbon seeds of pre-existing diamonds. Advanced technology – either extreme pressure and heat or a special deposition process – replicates the natural method of diamond formation. Lab grown fancy colored diamonds are formed when small amounts of specific trace elements are present during the growth phase of the diamond, just like in nature.

Our lab grown diamonds are now readily available in a variety of colorless ranges. Cultured diamonds are also available in fancy colors that are considered very rare in nature, including popular hues of vivid fancy yellow. Fancy colored lab created diamonds sell at 25% to 50% lower to their natural colored diamond counterparts.

高科技培育鑽石 (Lab Grown Diamond),在高度控制的實驗室環境中形成,使用先進的技術過程,重複鑽石在地殼下地幔中形成時自然形成的條件。

我們的培育真鑽的成分為鑽石胚芽和微米小碳粒。利用先進的技術 – 極端壓力和熱及特殊的沉積過程 – 複製了鑽石自然形成的方法。至於實驗室培育的彩色鑽石,便是在培育真鑽的形成階段中存在少量的特定微量元素,跟天然形成的彩色鑽石一樣。

我們的培育真鑽可以形成為D至J色鑽,也可以形成為在自然界非常罕見的彩鑽,包括市場需求較高的黃鑽 (Fancy Vivid Yellow)。培育真鑽售價可比天然鑽石及天然彩色鑽石低25%至50%。



Cultured diamonds are sustainable diamonds; they are ethically grown with minimal environmental impact.


Cultured diamonds have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties as mined diamonds.


Cultured diamonds offer excellent value, and are slightly more affordable than natural diamonds of comparable size and quality.


高科技培育鑽石不會有像 “血鑽” 等因採礦鑽石道德上的問題,對環境的影響最小。






It is important to note the vast distinction between cultured diamonds and diamond simulants. Cultured diamonds are man-made diamonds that consist of actual carbon atoms arranged in the characteristic diamond crystal structure. Diamond simulants, such as cubic zirconia and moissanite, are diamond look-alikes and are not true carbon crystals. Simulants do not have the same chemical and physical properties as diamonds and therefore simulants sell at much lower prices than cultured diamonds.


HOW IT’S MADE – by Wall Street Journal | 培育鑽石是如何形成的 – 華爾街日報


All of our cultured diamonds display the same physical, chemical, and optical characteristics as natural diamonds, and exhibit the same fire, scintillation, and sparkle. Using professional gemological equipment, man-made diamonds are nearly impossible to differentiate from natural diamonds. The synthetic stones can only be identified with extensive scientific testing using specialized equipment. cultured diamonds available for purchase should always come with a gem certification identifying them as laboratory-grown.

All of our cultured diamond jewelry pieces are accompanied with a certificate issued by IGI (International Gemological Institute) to provide assurance that they are ethically grown with minimal environmental impact. You can view a sample here.


我們所有的培育鑽石首飾都附有IGI(國際寶石學會)頒發的證書,以確保鑽石的真偽及鑽石4C – Color (顏色)、Clarity (淨度)、Cut (切磨)、Carat (克拉),的品質。您可以在這裡查看IGI證書的範例。

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Industry Research & Market News | 市場報告及媒體報導

[Forbes] What The FTC Diamond Ruling Means For Consumers And Diamond Marketers

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[South China Morning Post] Millennials like their diamonds ethically sourced or man-made, and jewellers are responding

As in many aspects of their consumption, young diamond buyers are socially conscious and value quality and integrity. They want natural stones that are conflict-free and will happily choose laboratory-grown diamonds too. Last year, when Britain’s Prince Harry proposed to Meghan Markle (now the Duchess of Sussex) he chose a conflict-free diamond from Botswana in …

[The Washington Post] How ‘seeds’ and super-hot gas could take down the $80 billion diamond industry

Jerry Singh started his search for a diamond ring with $5,000 and a link to his girlfriend’s Pinterest page. “Honestly, I had no idea what to look for,” he said. “I was clueless.” But the 30-year-old software developer quickly narrowed his search to lab-made diamonds. His girlfriend had voiced concerns about “blood diamonds,” he said, …