New synthetic diamonds are very similar to mine diamonds that are indistinguishable to the naked eye, and usually save consumers enough money to pay the down payment on a new home or buy a car. The arrogance and arrogance of the unfounded diamond jewelry is too much!

For a year now, my friend has been marching through town with a 4 carat round synthetic diamond in brilliant cut in a breathtaking filigree solitaire ring setting made of 14 carat pure gold. She has been to restaurants, at work, shopping, at nightclubs, museums and at parties. Family and friends carefully checked their ring. People who are amazed at their ring are often stopped by others. Hundreds of people saw her calling, shocked at his majesty and talking endlessly. Despite its striking size, no one has ever asked if it was a fake diamond!

How can it be? The latest breakthrough science in laboratory-made diamonds matches them with the diamonds mined. The Northern Lights or "disco ball" effect, which has been evident in synthetic 鑽石4c for the last few decades, has long since ceased to exist. Synthetic diamonds of the new millennium - with similar hardness, clarity, fire and brightness - are indistinguishable to the naked eye and cannot be considered counterfeit at all. High quality synthetic diamonds even have the coveted hearts and arrows effect.

This raises the question: If someone walks into a jewelry store with a synthetic diamond, can the jewelry store tell the difference? Since all mine diamonds have color differences (spots), birthmarks (spots) and inclusions (spots), while laboratory-made diamonds do not have any of the above, a well-trained eye can tell the difference. With a laugh under a magnifying glass or even a closer look with a magnifying glass, jewelers usually proudly claim that synthetic diamonds are counterfeit. When advertising for overpriced high-margin diamonds becomes the agenda, modern synthetic diamonds are too perfect in the jeweler's snobbish world.

With scientific test equipment, the extracted diamond conducts electricity, while the synthetic diamond does not. This is because the diamonds mined are gemstone materials in carbon, while synthetic diamonds are polycrystalline. The thermal probe generates different measurements to distinguish between the two. But is this really important for jewelry lovers who are interested in beauty and save thousands of dollars? This year, my friend showed her artificial diamonds on her fingers, no one came to her with scientific equipment and asked her to test her gems.

Why do almost all physical jewelers wear only mine diamonds? Why do jewelers spot synthetic diamonds? All you have to do is look at your wallet. A high quality 1-carat mine diamond costs about $ 3,000, a 2-carat diamond about $ 18,000, a 3-carat diamond about $ 40,000 and a 4-carat diamond about $ 90,000. Synthetic diamonds are priced at $ 79, $ 158, $ 237 and $ 326, respectively. It's all about money. Make no mistake.

Again, it's about indoctrination. For more than a century, the diamond cartel has spent billions of dollars convincing the public that pearl-quality diamonds are as valuable as gold. incorrect. Why? During this time, De Beers restricted production, purchased supplies from others, stockpiled stocks, and imposed its monopoly on jewelry manufacturers in order to successfully maintain price increases. To make matters worse, the past of the entire diamond industry is full of conflict gemstones, tied child labor in India’s sanding shops, and dingy tech lovers used to improve perceived quality to continue to push absurd prices on spotted jewelry.

Today's smart jewelry buyers consider synthetic diamonds as an alternative to mine diamonds for very clear reasons: (1) You can get exquisite jewelry in 14 carat pure gold. 2. You save thousands of dollars. (3) No need to take out insurance. (4) If you wear synthetic diamond jewelry, no one knows they are not mine diamonds unless they tell you to!

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