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Pear Diamond Rings

One of the notable features of the pear cut diamond is its versatility. It can be worn with the pointed end facing either up or down, allowing for different design possibilities. When set with the point facing downward, it creates a classic and elegant look. When set with the point facing upward, it can create a unique and contemporary appearance.

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Pear Diamond Halo Engagement Ring | Lab Grown | The Signature In White GoldThe Signature Pear Diamond (Lab-grown)
The Taylor Pear Diamond Ring (Lab-Grown)The Taylor Pear Diamond Ring (Lab-Grown)
Pear shape diamond engagement ring in yellow gold - the ChloePear shape diamond engagement ring in yellow gold - the Chloe
Pear cut solitaire diamond engagement ring with a hidden halo and solid polished band in yellow goldThe Lucy Pear Cut Diamond Ring (Lab-Grown)
The Stella Pear Cut Diamond Ring (Lab-Grown)Marquise cut moissanite crown basket and diamond side stone ring yellow gold
Pear diamond engagement ring halo and twist band white goldPear diamond engagement ring halo and twist band white gold
Pear cut lab-grown diamond engagement ring white gold - The AvaThe Ava Pear Diamond Ring (Lab-Grown)
The Ava Pear Diamond Ring (Lab-Grown) Sale priceFrom $1,890.00
Pear diamond ring with two sided halo and u prong bandPear diamond ring with two sided halo and u prong band white gold
The Eve Pear Lab-Grown DiamondThe Eve Pear Lab-Grown Diamond
The Eve Pear Lab-Grown Diamond Sale priceFrom $1,790.00
The Sunset Pear Diamond (Lab-grown)The Sunset Pear Diamond (Lab-grown)
The Sunset Pear Diamond (Lab-grown) Sale priceFrom $1,890.00
The Beverly Pear Lab-Grown DiamondThe Beverly Pear Lab-Grown Diamond
The Beverly Pear Lab-Grown Diamond Sale priceFrom $1,490.00

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Lab-Grown Diamonds

In recent years, lab-grown diamonds have been gaining popularity as a more ethical and sustainable alternative to natural diamonds. Lab-grown diamonds are created in a controlled environment using advanced technological processes that mimic the natural formation of diamonds.

Both lab-grown diamonds and natural diamonds are composed of pure carbon arranged in a crystal lattice structure, resulting in the same chemical formula, which is simply carbon (C). To find a lab grown diamond as one-of-a-kind as you are, begin by browsing our selection of shapes: from round to oval, cushion, pear, emerald-cut, radiant or princess. (for other shapes, contact us)

Featured Lab Diamond Rings

pear blue diamond engagement ring in white gold
Radiant cut diamond three stone baguette ring

Which size should I choose?

When choosing a diamond shape, it's important to consider the style and personality of the wearer, as well as the setting and type of jewelry. Each shape has its own unique charm and specifications that can enhance the beauty and character of a piece.

The size of the diamond you should buy will depend on your personal taste, budget, and the purpose of the diamond. Here are a few factors to consider when choosing a diamond size:

  1. Budget: The size of the diamond will impact the cost, so it's important to determine your budget before you start shopping. Keep in mind that the cost of a diamond will increase significantly as the carat weight increases.
  2. Purpose: Consider the purpose of the diamond, whether it's for an engagement ring, pendant, or earrings. For an engagement ring, the size of the diamond is often an important factor, but for other types of jewelry, a smaller diamond may be more appropriate.
  3. Finger size: The size of the diamond can impact the appearance of the ring on your finger. A larger diamond may overwhelm a smaller hand or look out of proportion on a slender finger, so it's important to consider the size and shape of your finger when choosing a diamond.
  4. Style: The style of the jewelry can also impact the size of the diamond. For example, a more intricate or ornate setting may be better suited for a smaller diamond, while a simpler setting may be able to showcase a larger diamond.
  5. Personal taste: Ultimately, the size of the diamond you choose will come down to your personal taste and what you find most appealing.

It's important to remember that the size of the diamond is just one factor in its overall value and beauty. A smaller, high-quality diamond can be just as stunning and valuable as a larger, lower-quality diamond. When choosing a diamond, be sure to also consider its cut, color, and clarity, as these factors can also impact its overall beauty and value.

Lab-Grown Diamonds

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