How Do Lab-Created Diamond Wedding Bands Compare to Natural

A lab created diamond wedding band is a fantastic option for couples who want a diamond engagement ring but don’t have a lot of money to spend. These rings look identical to natural diamonds, but cost up to 40% less.

They’re also a good choice for couples who want jewelry that’s ethically sourced and sustainable. Plus, they’re structurally indistinguishable from mined diamonds.

1. Radiant Cut Eternity Band

Radiant cut diamonds are a great choice for those looking to get a little creative and make an eternity band that is sure to impress. These non-traditional diamond shapes combine the sparkle and fire of a round brilliant cut with the fresh lines and clean look of an emerald cut.

This ring features 6.20ct of sensationally beautiful radiants set in a shared prong setting. They range in color from G-H and clarity from VS1-VS2.

This low profile ring rests very comfortably on your finger! The white gold shared prong setting showcases these dazzling gems perfectly with very little metal showing.

2. Radiant Cut Halfway Band

This classic half-way band features over 1 CT of brilliant round diamonds halfway encircling your finger. This style is a great way to reduce the cost of your wedding band but still retain the beauty of an eternity version.

Radiant cut diamonds have a lot of depth to them, which means they carry more weight underneath the stone. This can decrease their brilliance, so it’s important to choose a size that will allow you to wear the ring comfortably without feeling like you’re missing out on sparkle.

The radiant cut was developed in the 1970s and has quickly become a popular choice for engagement rings. These diamonds are more brilliant than their emerald-cut counterparts, and they can be purchased in many shapes and sizes.

3. Radiant Cut U-Shape Eternity Band

lab diamond wedding band are a great way to celebrate anniversaries and milestones. They are also a perfect symbol of love.

Radiant cut eternity rings are made with lab created diamonds that are carefully matched for color, clarity, and carat weight. These diamonds are incredibly beautiful and can be chosen in many different shapes.

This U-shape style is a popular choice because it looks sleek and modern and allows lots of light to flow through the diamonds. It’s a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to have small prongs on the front of their diamond but wants some protection from the metal surrounding the stones.

4. Radiant Cut East-West Eternity Band

A diamond encrusted ring around your finger is nothing new, but an eternity band is a new breed of jewelry and a worthy addition to your collection. They come in a variety of metals, including gold, platinum and the ever popular white diamonds, and feature stones that may be prong set, pave or bezel set.

The Radiant Cut East-West Eternity Band is not only an impressively crafted piece of jewelry, but it also has a pretty cool name. It was created in the lab as a special order, and features a well made G color VS clarity diamond of about 2.40 carats. The ring is available in your choice of 14kt or 18k white, yellow, or rose gold, or naturally white platinum.

Thanks to modern technology, our master jewelers are able to create this foxy ring in a fraction of the time it would take you to walk into your local jewelry store and place your order. Contact us today to learn more about this or any of our other fabulous pieces of jewelry.

5. Radiant Cut Radiant Eternity Band

The radiant cut is a modern diamond shape that combines the sparkle of the round brilliant cut with the clean lines and fresh look of the emerald cut. Invented in 1977, it has become the most popular diamond shape.

This mesmerizing ring showcases 6.20ct of sensationally beautiful radiant cuts set in a shared prong setting. They range in the G-H color and VS1-VS2 clarity range. They are white, very clear and have tremendous fire and brilliance! This 18k white gold shared prong setting design showcases them perfectly with very little metal showing. It sits on the finger very comfortably as well.

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