Diamonds

Diamonds

If you own a lab grown diamond or are simply searching for a lab grown diamond engagement ring, you may be wondering how they are made. Lab grown diamonds can be made from two processes: HPHT (High Pressure High Temperature) method or the CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) method. But...

If you’ve been shopping online for vintage engagement rings, you’ve probably come across old European cut diamonds. An old European cut diamond is a round diamond primarily cut between 1890-1930. They were especially common during the Art Deco period. These antique diamonds were one of the predecessors to the...

If you’ve recently purchased a lab grown diamond, you’ve hopefully taken a look at its grading report. A diamond’s grading report is an official document from an independent laboratory listing all of its qualities.  Your diamond’s grading report may specify that your new stone is a Type IIa diamond -...

While shopping for authentic vintage engagement rings, you’re bound to come across old mine cut diamonds. These antique diamonds feature a squarish shape with soft, curved edges, similar to modern cushion cut diamonds. Old mine cuts were popular during the 18th and 19th centuries. The proportions of old mine cut...

Lab grown diamonds are relatively new to the jewelry world, making it easy for myths and misconceptions to be formed about them. Here are 7 common myths about lab grown diamonds debunked. Myth #1: Lab grown diamonds are fake diamonds. Some people think that lab grown diamonds are the equivalent...

Lab grown diamonds are becoming increasingly popular for engagement rings. Ritani has just added lab grown diamonds to our inventory - but what exactly is a lab grown diamond?  Lab grown diamonds are also called lab created diamonds, synthetic diamonds, cultured diamonds, or cultivated diamonds. Lab grown diamonds are not...
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As you research diamonds, you may have seen information about lab grown diamonds versus naturally formed diamonds. Some people may refer to lab grown diamonds as “fake diamonds”, imitations or simulants, but this is incorrect. Lab grown diamonds are chemically and physically the same as a natural diamond produced...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhV3WkP7WUY&t=1s Many people believe that the diamond industry is still filled with conflict. However, this is not the case - 99.8% of diamonds today are certified by the Kimberley Process as conflict-free.  In fact, Ritani has been a part of driving this change in the American diamond industry since our founding...