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THE ROBB REPORT Grown Diamonds Now Rival Traditional Gems In Quality - and Their Sales Prove I Diamonds grown in labs will amount for up to $420 million in sales this year.

THE ROBB REPORT May 22, 2019 Grown Diamonds Now Rival Traditional Gems In Quality - and Their Sales Prove I Diamonds grown in labs will amount for up to $420 million in sales this year.

 

Lab-Grown Diamonds are having a moment--and the market is taking notice. As consumers grow more and more concerned about the environmental and moral cost of the goods they buy, synthetic diamonds have become an increasingly popular alternative to traditionally mined stones. The numbers are bearing this out in a big way. Studies reveal that the market for lab grown diamonds have increased from 1% of the total market in 2016 to an estimated 2 to 3 percent today.

 

THE ROBB REPORT May 22, 2019 Grown Diamonds Now Rival Traditional Gems In Quality - and Their Sales Prove I Diamonds grown in labs will amount for up to $420 million in sales this year.


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