All gemstones in this category are AAA in quality
Lab-Created Gems With Inclusions
Do you like wearing gemstones? Well, we all do but finding natural gemstones are either difficult or very expensive. This is why to find a solution to all such problems and simultaneously fulfil the desire of adorning gemstones that artificial stones are in demand. Hence, these are artificial gemstones that are created in a specially designed closed space.
However, the question which may arise in mind is- Do these lab-created stones look exactly like Natural stones? Well, natural stones that are mined from earth most of them have some shortcomings or flaws which are known as inclusion in the field of gems where as lab-created gems that were made in the beginning were usually clean. So it was very easy to differentiate between them.
But now with new technology and with excessive formation of heat and pressure, inclusions can be generated in lab-created gems. As a result of these inclusions, lab created gems now look more real than ever and even a trained eye can no longer tell the difference between Natural and lab-created gems anymore. You can only tell the difference by getting it tested in a lab.
Inclusion- Scars in Gemstones
Inclusions are basically smaller scars that usually appear in many shapes and colours. They generally occur in the interiors of the gems, while some scars are present on the outer surface. Nonetheless, some of these scars can be visible to you with naked eyes.
Synthetic Gemstones- Ruby
The mesmerising red gemstones, Ruby that are synthesised, do not have any chemical difference from the real and natural versions. Therefore, common people will see no minor differences between a real and lab-created Ruby. However, gemologists can efficiently detect the difference with the help of a microscope.
Each ruby gemstone has a growth line that originates during its formation. The synthetic rubies, though, show the curve line and little gas bubbles, which makes it distinct from the real version.
Again, you can differentiate between these two formations with the size factor. Giant-sized rubies are hard to find, and if you do at a lower rate, then they could be lab-grown versions.
For all those gemstone enthusiasts, why go for real sapphires when you can find striking beauty in the lab-created sapphires? Nevertheless, these lab-grown gemstones have similar features and properties to like that of the real version. The sparkling and shining appearance is unavoidable.
The curved growth lines, colour bands, tiny glass bubbles and smoky veils are some of the signs that can distinguish between real and synthetic sapphires. Besides, they are available in multiple colours like blue, yellow and green that you can finally embed in your jewellery.
Synthetic Emerald Stone with Minimal Inclusion
The lab-grown green coloured emerald stone comes with a striking appeal. The researchers use hydrothermal processes to create them in the laboratory. Moreover, you can get these lab-created green stones in many shapes and sizes. You can even find jewellery with different emerald stones design.
If you choose high-grade emeralds, they come with low inclusion. The low-grade emeralds of Grade B and Grade C have more inclusions. Gift this synthetic emerald studded jewellery to your dear ones.
Lab-created stones look identical in their physical, chemical and optical factors. Yet, they come with slight inclusion. It is a great alternative to rarer and expensive gemstones. Find them in round, square, rectangle, oval, pear and heart shapes to embed on your earrings, pendant, rings and other types of jewellery.