What’s an enhanced diamond?

Real diamond can be divided into two types: one is natural diamond, which is formed at high temperature and pressure within the earth after a long period of time; the other is lab. grown diamond, which is produced through precise adjustment in the simulating growth environment of natural diamond. Therefore, lab. grown diamond can be called environmental-protection diamond or conflict free diamond.


Natural diamond is identical to lab. grown diamond in terms of chemical composition, crystal structure as well as optical and physical properties, and the commonly known Cubic Zirconia and Moissanite are classified as imitation diamond.


Focusing on the uniqueness of each real diamond, enhanced diamond is further optimized to create excellent color, fire, clarity and cutting, allowing itself to shine brilliantly.


Can the color of diamonds be enhanced?

The colors of diamonds can be divided into two series, namely colorless series and color series.
Colorless series include colorless, white, light yellow, gray and brown, etc.
Color series includes blue, purple, green, yellow, pink, and black...etc.
The colors are colorful; however, the more excellent and natural a color diamond is, the rarer and more valuable it is.
The high market demand has seen the enhancement of diamond to be more attractive and lasting through the treatment of high temperature and high pressure.

Diamond Certificate

Natural diamond certificates from GIA (Gemological Institute of America) are available for jewelry with master diamond above 0.3CT (see left).