Diamond Couple’s Signature Lavoisier Process
Lavoisier process is the company’s signature process wherein an individual can supply ‘donor’ material to Ada diamonds, as most of the physical objects contain ‘carbon’, the keystone ingredient for creating truly bespoke diamonds. The company sends a small graphite container, which is known as ‘crucible’. You can fill the crucible with anything that you like. Customers’ crucibles are filled with various items ranging from fabric, wood, baby teeth, ashes, corks, flowers, photos, to even locks of hair. Now isn’t that something really interesting?
After this, the crucible goes through a process through which the contents are ‘cooked’ down into pure carbon. This carbon is then placed into a high-pressure and high-temperature diamond press. This whole process can take up many weeks for the final output, and it is significantly twice the rate in comparison to any other regular lab-grown diamonds. Yet it almost 20 percent less expensive compared to a diamond mined from the crust of the Earth.
Moreover, as Ada diamonds work with their clients on an individual basis for creating intricate pieces of jewelry, it can cater to demands and exact specifications like clarity, carat weight (up to 5 carats), colors and even the cut. Given the highly advanced technologies, the white diamonds of Ada have comparatively fewer defects and impurities than Earth mined diamonds. Also, they have almost the same crystal structure, optical and physical properties, and chemical compositions as mined diamonds. In fact, they are even 99.999 percent pure carbon which makes them stronger, brighter, and of course whiter than most of the mined diamonds from Earth’s crust.
So, all the lovers and safe environment advocates, now you know which diamond is apt for your dream proposal, don’t you?