What are synthetic diamonds?

We currently offer diamonds in five base colors with various tints: white, yellow-orange, light green, light blue and dark red.

You can select the following diamond shapes:

memory diamond shapes
What are synthetic diamonds?
  1. Brillant-Schliff (rund)
  2. Prinzess-Schliff
  3. Smaragd-Schliff
  4. Marquise-Schliff (Navette)

The technology utilized to create a cultured diamond is very complicated. Diamonds emerge naturally from carbon that crystalizes beneath the earth’s surface at high pressure and temperatures. A cultured diamond is completely identical to a natural diamond, but is created for you right in the laboratory.

Synthetic diamonds by high pressure/high temperature procedure (HPHT)

Cultured diamonds by high pressure

1. The shape of a finished diamond.

2-5. Area with moderate concentration of admixures.

6. Area with maximal concentration of admixtures. This is where crystal growth begins.

a. An area of approx. 90% admixtures surrounds the crystal’s core.

b. The admixture (the individual chemical composition of the hair)

The optic, chemical and physical properties of our synthetic diamonds are identical to those of a natural diamond:

Die Festigkeit nach der Härteskala von Mohs10
Die Kennziffer der Brechungn = 2.42
Die Dichte3.515 g/cm3
Die Dispersion0.044
Die Lumineszenz in UV-Strahlengelb und grün

Cultured diamonds produced using the HPHT method are characterized by outstanding physical properties and dimensional stability. This is why they also possess distinct luminescence properties (luminosity beneath a black light) and a flawless shape that only rarely occurs in nature. Furthermore, we’ve mastered the process of adding a small portion of hair to create your own, personalized diamond.

bout the product: • Syntetic diamonds • Manufacturing technology • Your finished diamond