Channel Set Diamond Rings Buying Guide

Lab-Grown Diamond

Tiny diamonds are put inside a carefully cut channel in a channel set ring. To keep the diamonds safe, most channel set rings feature a little lip that extends just over the edge. Some channel set diamond rings have grooves built into the channel to keep the tiny gemstones or diamonds in position. A channel… Continue reading Channel Set Diamond Rings Buying Guide

Choose Tension Setting For Your Lab Grown Diamond Ring

Lab Grown Diamonds

Due to its distinctive look, tension settings are one of the popular choices for lab-grown diamond engagement rings these days. Whether the diamond is suspended or simply appears to be suspended, it immediately attracts attention and excitement. Because there is less metal surrounding the diamond in tension diamond rings than in other settings, the stones… Continue reading Choose Tension Setting For Your Lab Grown Diamond Ring

A Guide To Lab-Grown Diamond Color

Engagement Rings

Natural diamonds and lab diamonds have a lot in common. The first thing they have in common is that they grow in harsh environments. Natural diamonds are formed in the earth’s crust, while lab diamonds are created in high-pressure, high-temperature environments in a lab. They also have a lot of similarities in terms of visual,… Continue reading A Guide To Lab-Grown Diamond Color