Lab Grown Diamonds

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<div class="question"><i>Interviewer: How do you answer the claim that Lab grown is an ECO and ETHICAL solution to Diamonds?</i></div>
<div class="answer">Adi: If you want to be eco, the only eco friendly material you can buy is recycled. Buy second hand diamonds! Actually, most diamonds on the market worldwide today are recycled. Lab grown diamonds leave a bigger carbon footprint than traditional mining!</div>
<div class="question"><i>Interviewer: What about the price difference?</i></div>
<div class="answer">Adi: Do not hesitate to buy lab grown if you don't care about the future resale value. They are just as hard, and shine better than natural ones. If it makes sense to buy and in a few years throw away - go for it! It is unquestionable that the value is declining very fast, by the end of 2025 will be worth only the cost of polishing them the branding value (if branded). I would personally wait and buy them when they are that low and in no reference to Natural diamond price.</div>
<div class="question"><i>Interviewer: How do you see the future of lab grown diamonds?</i></div>
<div class="answer">Adi: The accessory market is already adapting lab grown diamonds to replace cubic zirconia. Mega Brands like Swarovski and Pandora are doing so and soon it will be cheap enough to decorate anything from household luxury products, to bags, shoes and even car accessories.</div>
<div class="question"><i>Interviewer: Will lab grown bite off a piece of the market of natural Diamonds?</i></div>
<div class="answer">Adi: That can not happen to investment level natural diamonds, BUT, I can see how the lower market segment, like melle diamonds and the very included ones, for example natural diamonds worth between zero and $250 in the resale/ recycle value, will be replaced by lab grown because the resale value is not an issue with those items. For the same reason, a client for a real Rolex will not buy a fake Rolex even identical.</div>
<div class="question"><i>Interviewer: How can you sum up your view of Lab Grown?</i></div>
<div class="answer">Adi: In short - where future value of the material is not an issue - lab grown will prevail. If you always wanted a 2+2 carat diamond studs and didn't want to invest $50k on such, you can now buy them lab grown at 2K....but say goodbye to the money. If you are buying an investment - buy something as rare as your budget can get.</div>
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