The future of jewelry is sustainable, and grown in a lab

Kate Mendonca
Shopping Editor
  • M
    Mr. Tasteful
    Then lab grown diamonds should be as cheap as cubic zirconium. Anything else demonstrates gouging of the consumer.
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    One Opinion
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  • C
    FACT - Diamond prices are artificial and based on a monopoly. If left to actual supply and demand, the Diamond would be FAR less in price. It's clever marketing making it seem rare, and DeBeers monopoly keeping the prices as high as they are.
  • J
    It is about time the monopoly of De Beers and Antwerp is ended. A diamond is NOT forever.
  • R
    Diamonds in general should be cheaper... look up the monopoly deboers has...
  • D
    I'll stick with natural. Mined by forced child labor as nature intended. My logic is inspired by those who refuse to eat veggie burgers.
  • S
    I wouldn't mind at all. As long as it looks real, that's all I care about. I wear tons of rings I've gotten from aliexpress that are $2 and they are lovely and I get compliments all the time on them. You would need real gold, since the finish will wear off on a merely plated ring, but the stone, hey, as long as others think it's real, that's the only thing that matters. The average person does not go around with a jeweler's loop.
  • W
    Why would anyone want a diamond made by a machine.
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    Happy customer
    I have seen these lab diamonds against my diamonds and they are beautiful. Go for it, you won't be sorry.