Breaking Apart From Mined Diamonds
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.