Lab Grown Pink Diamonds
Celebrate life’s true moments like never before with coveted VRAI created pink diamonds.
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Guide to buying pink diamonds
Start by setting your budget. Then, select a pink VRAI created diamond in your favorite shape. Once you’ve found the perfect pink diamond, make it your own in any of VRAI’s modern-yet-timeless engagement ring settings. Customize your setting in your favorite metal color and with your preferred pavé details. For more personalized guidance, book an appointment with our diamond experts.
The most popular pink diamond engagement ring setting is a Solitaire setting. This timeless style highlights a pink diamond to perfection, allowing its unique color to shine in all directions. Halo engagement rings and Three Stone engagement rings are also popular to match with pink diamonds. The halo of white diamonds or the colorless side stones create a stunning contrast with the center stone’s vivid hue.
Book an appointment with VRAI’s diamond experts to discuss creating your very own custom design. Whether you’re looking for earrings, necklaces, bracelets, or rings to highlight your pink VRAI created diamonds, our experts can give you personalized guidance on how to bring your dream design to life.
Lab-grown pink diamonds are physically identical to mined pink diamonds. The only difference between the two is point of origin. They are produced in a laboratory setting without the negative environmental or human toll of mining. Like mined pink diamonds, lab-grown pink diamonds are not all the same and come in different carat weights and clarity grades, for example.
Pink Diamond FAQs
As its name suggests, a pink diamond is a fancy colored diamond that is pink in color. Pink diamonds are not graded on the same D-Z color scale as white diamonds. Mined pink diamonds are very rare. There are only a few mines in the world where pink diamonds can be found, like the Argyle mine in Australia.
Pink diamonds are considered one of the rarest fancy colored diamonds, second only to red diamonds. There are only a few mines in the world where pink diamonds can be found, like the Argyle mine in Australia. The rarest pink diamonds are usually a deeper shade of pink and have a higher carat weight.
The value of pink diamonds has gone up considerably over the past couple of decades, not only because of their rarity, but because of celebrity endorsements. Famous couples wearing pink diamond engagement rings have driven up both the demand and market value. Like white diamonds, the price of a pink diamond can increase exponentially because of carat weight. Deeper or more intense shades of pink are considered more valuable.
The 4Cs — cut, color, clarity, and carat weight — all apply to pink diamonds, as well. However, the most important C is generally considered color for these diamonds. The intensity of its color will determine its overall value. The second is carat weight, as a larger pink diamond will likely be more expensive than a smaller one with the same grade of cut, color, and clarity. Pink VRAI created diamonds are Fancy Vivid, the highest color grade available. VRAI is also proud to offer pink diamonds of a higher carat weight.