Break­ing Apart From Mined Di­a­monds

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Is the world go­ing to ac­cept lab-grown di­a­monds with as much love as it ex­udes to­wards the mined coun­ter­parts? Well, that re­mains a ques­tion unan­swered. But there are cer­tainly a few no­tice­able points that we can throw light on. It can be con­sid­ered a vic­tory in real sense for hu­man rights, en­vi­ron­ment, and di­a­mond sup­ply chain trans­parency with the lab-grown di­a­monds. The process of min­ing nat­u­ral di­a­monds is of course en­ergy in­ten­sive and also in­vades the

eco­log­i­cal sys­tems. Not only that, it also af­fects frag­ile ecosys­tems of the globe.

Whereas, di­a­monds grown at this power cou­ple’s lab are sus­tain­able and ve­gan, mean­ing they are con­flict­free and man­u­fac­tured in con­trolled en­vi­ron­ments. Also, cus­tomers can be rest as­sured about the ori­gin of Ada’s be­spoke jew­elry. These distinc­tive pieces of in­tri­cate jew­elry are cre­ated very much in the U.S. it­self, with the help of ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy, bril­liant artistry, and harm­less raw ma­te­ri­als. Well, it def­i­nitely pro­tects the en­vi­ron­ment along with cost­ing lesser than its nat­u­ral coun­ter­part, and it does not even fail to de­liver spec­tac­u­lar pieces of jew­elry for any oc­ca­sion.

Re­gard­ing the fu­ture of lab-grown gems, Payne be­lieves that it is not nec­es­sary to dis­place or move out the nat­u­ral di­a­mond-min­ing in­dus­try. He says that the most im­por­tant as­pect is im­prov­ing the size and pu­rity of such lab-made di­a­monds, that too for sci­en­tific and com­pu­ta­tional pur­poses. He says that a time will come some years down the line when a tran­si­tion of com­puter chips be­ing fab­ri­cated on such lab-grown di­a­mond wafers in place of sil­i­con wafers will hap­pen.

Even though it takes years for lab-grown di­a­monds to dis­rupt the nat­u­ral di­a­monds’ mar­ket, this power cou­ple is pro­gress­ing to­wards a rock-solid fu­ture be­yond any doubts.

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