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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Do You Know About the Lab Grown Diamond Option? Pure Grown Diamond's Record Breaking 3ct Diamond

Pure Grown Diamonds Sets New Record for Grown Diamond
Three Carat White Stone is World’s Largest



Today with a growing awareness of the damage to the earth caused by mining, more women are opting for something other than diamond...all the while longing for the fire and scintillation of a diamond.  

If that is you we would like to introduce you to the latest generation of lab grown diamonds! Optically, Chemically and Physically identical to a Natural Diamond but grown in the lab!

Pure Grown Diamonds – the world’s largest distributor of gem-quality grown diamonds has announced a new milestone in the creation of a 3.00 ct., K color, SI1 clarity, round brilliant-cut grown diamond.

 “We are ecstatic to once again celebrate technology and innovation in grown diamonds” said Lisa Bissell, new President and CEO, adding, “It is very gratifying to break our own records and reach the three carat milestone”.

Previous records set by the company include a 1.29-carat E color, VVS2 emerald-cut diamond, followed by a 1.78-carat G color, SI1 clarity princess-cut stone announced in November of 2013.

Since April of 2013, Pure Grown Diamonds (formerly Gemesis Inc.) has made steady advancements in the field of grown diamonds, in size, color, and clarity. In the nearly 60 years since the first diamonds were grown, the technology used to create diamonds has seen significant and positive growth. Pure Grown Diamonds is proud to share this newest achievement with their customers and the gemstone industry.

About Pure Grown Diamonds Inc.:  Pure Grown Diamonds Inc. is a privately held company based in New York, NY. Founded as Gemesis Inc. in 2013, Pure Grown Diamonds is the principal distributor of Type llA gem-quality grown diamonds and grown diamond jewelry in colorless to fancy colors.
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