2 CARAT LAB-GROWN DIAMOND'S 4C STANDARD
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (also called carats).
1 carat = 200 mg = 0.2 grams, one carat is divided into one hundred parts, and each part is called one point. 0.75 carat (3/4 carat) is also called 75 points, and 0.01 carat is 1 point.
Colorless diamonds are graded D (i.e. starting with the diamond's initials). The closer a diamond is too pure and colorless, the better the quality. The color evaluation and classification of diamonds are based on the standards established by GIA, which are arranged in alphabetical order from D (premium colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown) and are divided into 23 grades.
|D E F||Colorless grade, of which D color is the best grade of color, colorless grade, this type of diamond is very rare and rare.|
|G H I J||Nearly colorless, almost no color can be seen, and it will develop color compared with higher color grades.|
|K L M(not for sale)||Mild yellowish grade, relatively obvious above 1 carat.|
|N O P(not for sale)||Yellowish level, the color can also be seen with the naked eye.|
Diamonds are crystallized in mantle magma deep in the Earth. The environment is complex, the composition is diverse, and the temperature and pressure are extremely high. After hundreds of millions of years of geological changes, it is inevitable that there are various impurities or defects in diamonds. The color, number, size, and location distribution of these inclusions have different effects on a diamond's clarity. Every diamond has natural inclusions, just like a natural birthmark. As the name suggests, inclusions are hidden in diamonds and can take on different colors: white, black, colorless, or even green or red. Most of the inclusions are indistinguishable from the naked eye and can only be seen clearly under a 10x magnifying glass.
|FL||Flawless diamonds, are of the highest quality in GIA diamond grading. No inclusions can be seen under 10x magnification.|
|IF||Internally flawless, also a very beautiful and rare diamond, even with a 10x magnifying glass, only tiny, barely visible surface feature inclusions can be seen.|
|VVS1-VVS2||Contains very slight inclusions that require very careful viewing even under a 10x magnifying glass.|
|VS1-VS2||Contains a small number of inclusions that can only be seen with a 10x magnifying glass and cannot be seen by the naked eye.|
|SI1-SI2||Inclusions are visible under a 10x magnifying glass, visible but not obvious to the naked eye.|
|I1-I3(not for sale)||Relatively obvious flaws, only suitable for use as accessories.|
Diamond cut mainly includes a diamond cut, polish, and symmetry. A good cut should reflect the brilliance and fire of the diamond as much as possible, and try to maintain the weight of the rough. The cutting grades of IGI International Gemological Institute are divided into ID (), EX (excellent), VG (excellent), and G (good) from high to low, and the domestic national inspection is divided into VG (excellent) and G (good). The cut of a diamond is the most important point of the 4Cs.
|IDEAL||Hearts and Arrows are cut, this cut makes the diamond reflect almost all the light that enters the diamond, only 0.15% of diamonds in the world belong to this cut.|
|EX||Cut, which represents a standard that only 3% of top-quality diamonds can achieve, a cut that allows the diamond to reflect nearly all the light that enters the diamond.|
|VG||Very good cut (VERY GOOD), representing approximately 15% of a diamond's cut, allowing the diamond to reflect the light of a standard grade cut.|
|GD(not for sale)||A good cut does not affect the beauty and fire of the diamond, but the reflected light is far less than the VG cut.|
|FAIR(not for sale)||A poor cut includes all diamonds that do not meet the general cut standard, these diamonds are either deep and narrow or shallow and wide and tend to allow light to spill from the sides or bottom.|
HOW MUCH IS A 2 CARAT LAB GROWN DIAMOND?
Lab-made diamonds are of the same quality and appearance as natural diamonds but cost 15 to 40 percent less. As with natural diamonds, the cost of lab-grown diamonds depends on their characteristics (4C criteria). You will pay more for lab-made diamonds with higher cut, color, and clarity grades.
Prices start at about $12,000 for a typical round-cut 2-carat natural diamond. However, if you want to get the same 2CT Lab Grown Diamond, you only have to pay half or one-third of the price of the natural diamond. If you want to choose a large carat for your wedding ring and still save money, opt for lab-grown diamonds.
And unlike natural diamonds, LABS can make more of them at any time. Along with the technological advances in making diamonds, there is a tendency for lab-grown diamonds to decline over time.
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HYDRAY is a manufacturer and seller of lab-grown diamonds, our products include lab-grown rough diamonds, CVD and HPHT, loose diamonds, and jewelry processing (rings, necklaces, earrings), please contact us if you need them. Compared with natural diamonds, laboratory-grown diamonds have the advantages of environmental protection and low price. With the development of technology, the clarity will also be higher than that of natural diamonds. For weddings and gifts, you can choose laboratory-grown diamonds. Choose HYDRAY, which will give you more. good service.
1. Who are we?
We are headquartered in Zhengzhou, Henan, and since 2019, we have sold to Southern Europe (9.09%), Northern Europe (9.09%), Central America (9.09%), Western Europe (9.09%), East Asia (9.09%), Central and Eastern (9.09%), Africa (9.09%), Southeast Asia (9.09%), Eastern Europe (9.09%), South America (9.09%), North America (9.09%).
2. How do we guarantee quality?
Always pre-production samples before mass production;
Always perform a final inspection before shipment;
3. What can you buy from us?
HPHT and CVD lab-grown rough diamonds, loose diamonds, and jewelry made from loose diamonds (rings, necklaces, bracelets, stud earrings, etc.)
4. Why should you buy from us instead of from other suppliers?
1>We produce nearly 30-50 kinds of natural gemstones in various cuts, shapes, sizes, and qualities, and can also customize most of them according to customers' designs and requirements.
2> Generation business of gem making.
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