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The first country to produce lab-grown diamonds

Lab-grown diamonds are just as similar to mined diamonds that are produced in the crust of the earth. They hold elements like pure carbon, crystallized in anisotropic 3D form. Just that they differ from each other in some aspects.  A lab-grown diamond is completely pure and in its authentic form and is also nature friendly. Mined diamonds, on the other hand, go through many procedures that eat up their original shine and beauty. 

Now, most of us know all these differences and hence we go for lab-created diamonds as we want to invest in something that is in its original form and supports Mother Nature. But, apart from this, do we know where and how the first-ever lab-grown diamond was created? Well, Sweden is known to be the first country where it was produced. The research began in the 1940s in the United States, where all the scientists came together and started researching on the same. 

After all this, the first diamond was ready in 1954. The process that the scientists used while creating lab-grown diamonds was, high-pressure high-temperature. They heated the diamonds up to a certain limit  and also took care that it does not leave their authentic shine behind. The research also says that people are noticed to be more inclined towards lab-grown diamonds as they are durable and lasts forever. 

We want to gift someone special a diamond that they will love and cherish for the rest of their lives, don’t we? A diamond that brings out the best in them suits their personality and makes people ask questions about it. A lab-grown diamond is just the thing that will help you. Also, now that you know its origin and how it is produced, it is even more genuine and reasonable. Get that perfect diamond at New World Diamonds where you will find many variations and won’t be disappointed for sure!

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