A new story for TEILOR, a big step for those who love jewellery
In over two decades, TEILOR learned to do things for the first time, gaining more than industry expertise – it inspired through courage. Today we are opening a new chapter through a visionary act: we introduce lab grown diamonds in our portfolio.
Discover their
Natural diamonds
and lab grown diamonds
Due to their fascination with diamonds and precious stones, people have given themselves a new challenge: to replicate an element of nature in a laboratory, simulating the process of creating diamonds. Billions of years, concentrated in a matter of weeks. And they succeeded, for the first time in 1954.
The most important thing? You don't see any difference between a natural diamond and a lab grown diamondwhen you put them next to each other. On an aesthetic and functional level, natural diamonds and those created in laboratory
La nivel estetic și funcțional, diamantele naturale și cele create în laborator are one and the same.
All that differentiates them is their origin.
5 things to know about lab grown diamonds
These diamonds are created in specialized factories and laboratories, imitating the natural circumstances by which a diamond is formed, over a period of 1-4 weeks. There are two main processes to create diamonds in the laboratory: the HPHT (High Pressure High Temperature) method and the CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) method.Once created, diamonds are processed with the same tools and brought to market in the same way as natural diamonds.
The conditions under which lab grown diamonds are created, as well as advanced technologies, offer great freedom regarding the final shape of the diamond. The most important factor here is the imagination of those who polish them – thanks to the way they are formed, lab grown diamonds can have the most creative shapes and cuts, and the jewellery in which they are integrated, a spectacular design.
A proof of trust
Like natural diamonds, lab grown diamonds are classified by GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and IGI (International Gemological Institute) using the same scale of 4Cs (color, clarity, cut and carat weight). In addition, each lab diamond has the words "lab grown" inscribed on its girdle. The identified characteristics are marked on the jewellery certificate, proving the quality of the diamonds and, once again, the fact that they have the status of real diamonds.
In an industry with technologies that will never stop innovating, with great promise for the future, opportunities will continue to arise.
And each of them is worth exploring.
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