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Diamond Code L.A

2.37 Carat Cushion Cut G-Color VVS2

2.37 Carat Cushion Cut G-Color VVS2

Regular price $2,541.83 USD
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This 2.37 Carat Cushion Cut Lab Grown Diamond Has G-Color - VVS2 Clarity, Certified by IGI

Comments: This Laboratory Grown Diamond was created by Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) growth process and may include post-growth treatment. Type IIa 

Item Details
OriginLab-Grown Diamonds
Carat Weight2.37 cts
GirdleMedium - Slightly Thick, Faceted
Measurements7.67 x 7.48 x 5.10
Item Details

What is Type2a Diamond?

A Type 2a diamond is a specific category of diamond based on its chemical composition and crystal structure. It is a rare and highly valued type of diamond that is almost or entirely devoid of nitrogen impurities in its crystal lattice.

Type 2a diamonds are known for their exceptional optical and physical properties, such as high transparency, brilliance, and fire. They also tend to be larger and more valuable than other types of diamonds.

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Do lab diamonds test as real diamonds?

Lab created diamonds display the same physical, chemical, and optical characteristics as natural diamonds, along with the same fire, scintillation, and sparkle. They are real diamonds. Lab created diamonds are nearly impossible to differentiate from natural diamonds with the naked eye. Lab grown diamonds can be distinguished from natural diamonds if specialized equipment is used to test them.

Care Instructions

Lab-grown diamonds have the same physical and chemical properties as natural diamonds, so they require similar care and maintenance. Here are some care instructions for lab-grown diamonds:

  1. Cleaning: Clean your lab-grown diamond regularly to keep it sparkling. You can use warm soapy water and a soft-bristled brush to clean the diamond. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that can scratch the diamond.
  2. Storage: When you're not wearing your lab-grown diamond, store it separately in a soft pouch or jewelry box to protect it from scratches or damage. Keep it away from other jewelry to avoid rubbing and scratching against each other.
  3. Avoid harsh activities: Avoid wearing your lab-grown diamond while doing activities that may damage it, such as gardening, sports, or heavy lifting. Diamonds are durable, but they can still chip or break if subjected to strong impact or force.
  4. Professional cleaning: Consider having your lab-grown diamond professionally cleaned and inspected by a jeweler once a year. A professional jeweler can clean the diamond and check for any damage or loose settings that may need repair.

By following these care instructions, you can keep your lab-grown diamond looking beautiful and shining for years to come.

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