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Lab Grown Diamond Startup In INDIA

Lab-grown diamonds India startup

Lab-grown diamonds history.

Lab-grown diamonds were invented in the USA by General Electric Company in the 1950s. However, there was no increase in demand for lab-grown diamond because people did not know about theirs benefits. Lab-grown diamonds are eco-friendly and pollution reducer due to theirs unique and helpful making process.

A lab-grown diamonds takes birth in laboratory with a fully controlled, safe environmental process. Lab diamond is a cousin of Natural diamond. While lab diamond is cultivated in laboratory, two techniques are used to make the diamond. A two-process are knows as CVD process and HPHT process.

Diamond manufacturing process

Diamond manufacturing process lookout

Diamond manufacturing process includes grading, laser cutting, polishing, and inspections. Lab diamond manufacturing process is exactly done has Natural diamonds. Diamond manufacturing process demands high level skill and craftsmanship.

Lab-grown diamond's CVD process

Kite cut diamond in antique.

A CVD process features a diamond seed placed under a chamber where full of gases like carbon and methane pressurized on the seed. Carbon is an essential part of making the diamond because it helps to provide hardness and sustainability to surfaces.

After adding a diamond seed to the chamber, the heat pressurized the on the seed at 800°C-1500°C. When a temperature is heated at the top, a diamond seed is swelled and takes shape as Natural mined diamonds.

When the seed takes the shape of a stone, it is put in the coolest environment to remove the impurities around the seed's surfaces.

While all impurities like carbon and methane elements are removed from the laser cutting process, it is ready for the cutting and polishing process to create elegant and elite lab-grown diamonds.

Lab grown diamonds HPHT process

Emerald diamond cut grown in HPHT process

In the HPHT process, a diamond seed is placed in the chamber where 2500°C temperature pressurized on it. A diamond seed has to bear that high temperature and high pressure. High Pressure is described as 1.5 million pounds per square inch, 1,054,603,253.9144 kgf/m². It is severe to a diamond's internal and external surfaces.

It is high pressure. But, in this process, a diamond maybe loses its durability due to this type of high pressure. So, the lab diamond manufacturer refers to the CVD process ahead of HPHT.

India featuring lab grown diamonds

In India, a lab-grown diamond demands have intriguing facts from founding to acquiring worldwide demands. India's lab-grown diamonds demands start in Canada and end in New Zealand. Those Lab grown diamonds produced in INDIA , acquiring by USA, Belgium, UAE, Hong Kong.

In 2015, Pooja sheth, a woman entrepreneur, returned from London to do an investment banker course. She wishes to start her career as an entrepreneur in India. Then she contacted MR. Bakul Limbasiya leading manufacturer of lab-grown diamonds in India.

After they met with each other, Pooja sheth decided to collaborate with Mr. Limbasiya, the largest producer of lab grown diamonds. So then they started a diamond business jointly.

But, three years later, she felt that India has the chance to become the hub of lab-grown diamonds manufacturer. So then, she introduced her own lab-grown diamond jewelry company, limelight diamonds, in 2018.

Why India has less prices of lab grown diamonds?

According to reports, India is the country with less price of lab-grown diamonds compared to global regions. India's craftmanship is skillful with the usage of less and required resources. That's why INDIA's lab grown diamonds have less price.

You can see below the price of global manufacturer leaders of lab diamonds. In this chart, only India has low prices than other countries. India's lab-grown diamonds are in trends worldwide. So, you can't live in the illustration that India has low quality a diamond. But, India's lab-grown diamonds are world famous.

Price comparison of lab-diamonds


You can check the official figure for lab-grown diamond export, production, and jewelry at the GJEPC's Official Website.

In the financial statement of GJEPC(Gems and Jewellery Export Promoting Council), India's lab diamonds exports by 180% than last year's demands. You can imagine that India's lab-grown diamonds are picking their demands.

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