Diamond jewelry is now more popular than ever. In the past few years, the global market for diamond crystals has grown by five percent annually. This is partially attributable to the growing
demand in Asia and India. Because natural resources are limited and the exploitation is associated with great burdens on people and the environment, “man-made” diamonds are growing in
With plasma-assisted CVD processes, single-crystal diamonds can now be produced in considerable numbers – and thus at an attractive cost. The synthetically produced crystals are in no way inferior to naturally occurring diamonds in terms of purity and transparency – even red or blue coloration is possible. Diacara is happy to advise you with respect to identification and characterization: what is the difference between man-made and natural diamond.