$ 4,871.13 $ 6,426.00
Chatham Lab-Grown Diamond Loose - Round Brilliant Cut - 1.01 Carats
Shape: Round Brilliant
Measurement: 6.44mm-6.46mm X 4.00mm
Weight: 1.01 Carats Diamond Equivalent Weight
To further enhance the shopping experience, each piece of jewelry and loose stone is carefully inspected by a professional jeweler to follow industry standard grading procedures prior to every shipment. We focus heavily on our internal quality assurance protocols in the effort to make certain that every customer is a satisfied customer.
Customer Courtesy Appraisal Reports:
Our Gemological Institute of America (GIA) graduate members can provide an appraisal report with each purchase for insurance purposes upon request. This service is free of charge as a customer courtesy.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have. We are here to help.
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Chatham does not “make” gems, rather, they control the environment so that crystals can grow naturally by recreating the conditions in which gems grow in the earth. These gemstones have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties as mined gems do. The true difference is that one is mined in nature while the other is grown in a lab.
One great benefit of owning a Chatham lab-grown gem is that it does not have the many "inclusions" that natural gemstones contain. Inclusions are known to create durability issues and may cause breakage and cavities. Less inclusions, more durability.
Chatham’s award-winning jewelry collection includes exclusive gem cuts not found anywhere else such as their famous Flame Cut, Onion Cut, Baguette Cut, Barrel Cut, Elongated Pear, Oval, and Checkerboard Antique Cushion.
Fire & Brilliance only sells "eye clean" lab-grown gems from Chatham. This means that we only sell top quality stones with very little to no inclusions.
For your peace of mind, Chatham gems also come with a Lifetime Warranty. Chatham-created gems have also been included in the prestigious jewelry collections of Gemological Institute of America and the Smithsonian Institution.