2.01 Carat Marquise E VVS2 IGI Certified Lab Grown DiamondView Certificate
New World Diamonds ships across the United States and internationally. Shipments are 100% fully insured and require a signature upon arrival.
We offer pre-ordering of items, which means they are made to order. This is everything from choosing a loose lab created diamond and setting to some of our fashion jewelry items. Each item has it's own timeframe for delivery and this is generally found above the options area for each product. Loose lab created diamonds are shipped between 2-10 days from order.
Upgraded shipping methods help to deliver your items faster once they are shipped, however it does not speed up the processing for when the order is shipped.
If you need something sooner, please reach out to us to see if that is possible.
Items are boxed for safe keeping or gift giving, we understand that jewelry is often given as a special surprise and we want to maintain your surprise. All orders are packed in earth friendly packaging and the label doesn't give it away! International orders please contact us.
Free 30 Day Returns & Resizes
Not ecstatic about something! Wrong size? Need a larger diamond? Different color gold? Don’t worry, we offer free returns within 30 days of receipt for most orders over $100.00 and US delivered. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, simply return it within 30 days for an exchange or full refund.* For eligible orders, our return and resize policy timeline begins when your order is delivered. International customers and customers with previous returns/cancellations, or for more details please see our return page
About Lab Grown Diamonds
Lab Created Diamond Information
A diamond is a diamond no matter whether it is grown in a lab or comes out of the ground. New World Diamond's, Lab-Grown Diamonds, as diamonds of the future are ethically grown and produced in the United States. Year over year, lab grown diamonds are growing in popularity due to their ethics, affordable price, and mirror qualities of mined diamonds.
Man Made, Lab Grown or Lab Created Diamonds, is there a difference?
Manmade, lab grown and lab created are interchangeable names and also known as engineered or cultured diamonds. These types of diamonds are grown in highly controlled laboratory environments using advanced technological processes that duplicate the conditions under which diamonds naturally develop beneath the Earth’s surface. These diamonds consist of carbon atoms arranged in the characteristic diamond crystal structure. Since they are made of the same material as mined diamonds, they exhibit the same optical and chemical properties. Mined diamonds are also known as natural diamonds; created by nature.
One of the great benefits of having lab grown diamonds is the variety of colorless ranges and fancy colors that are considered very rare in nature, are becoming obtainable; from popular hues of vivid fancy yellow to deep earthy greens and the historically famous royal blue colors. Fancy colored lab created diamonds and white man-made diamonds sell at comparatively reasonable prices compared to their mined diamond counterparts. They have great ethical practices for humans, animals and the earth itself. All of these factors contribute to the growing demand for lab grown diamonds.
How To Clean Your Lab Grown Diamond Jewelry
While diamonds are one of the strongest and most durable substances on Earth, they do need some regular maintenance to keep them as bright and beautiful and possible. And to be fair, one of the best feelings is looking at your finger and seeing a clean diamond ring. But it’s not just rings — you’ll need to clean a lab-grown diamond, whether it’s a loose stone or already set in jewelry. With a few basic care tips and knowledge about storage and accident prevention, you’ll be sure to keep your diamond in tip-top shape. Let’s look.
Cleaning at Home
How to clean a lab-grown diamond is very similar to how to clean an Earth-formed diamond, as they both share the same chemical, physical, and optical properties. If you notice any pieces of fuzz or small pieces of hair that are lodged between the prongs, then you can attempt to remove them with a pair of tweezers or with a can of air. As for wiping the diamond, you can first try to use a soft cloth to remove any dust or small amounts of dirt. Need something to tackle stubborn dirt? Your best bet for home cleaning is to regularly use a solution of cleanser and water to wipe your loose stone or your jewelry. You can use a soft cloth or a soft-bristled toothbrush, according to the GIA to remove the oil, dirt, or debris. And while some people opt for using jewelry-cleaning solution, a little bit of mild soap should be just fine (bonus: it’s something you probably already have at home).
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