Di­a­mond Cou­ple’s Sig­na­ture Lavoisier Pro­cess

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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?

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