QVC Lab-Grown Diamonds Review – Should You Buy? (2024)

QVC Diamonds

USD 922
2.3

Diamond price

1.5/5

Diamond quality

2.0/5

Service

2.0/5

Features

2.0/5

Sustainability

4.0/5

Pros

  • Prices for lab-grown diamond jewelry are lower than what you'll find at the mall.
  • The selection of lab diamond jewelry is decent, though underwhelming.
  • Lab-grown diamonds are graded by GIA.
  • Lab diamond clarity and color grades are ok.

Cons

  • The lab-grown diamond cut quality is unknown and, at best, questionable.
  • Prices, even if better than at the mall, are still much higher than what you can find elsewhere.
  • You can't customize or pick your own diamond.
  • You can't inspect diamonds since QVC decides what diamond to pair your jewelry with.
  • Shipping and returns are not free, not quick, and not insured.

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Summary of Our QVC Lab-Grown Diamonds Review

QVC, the infomercial TV and shopping network, is a ubiquitous name in television and a household name that every consumer knows. QVC sells basically everything and anything- and diamonds, too. Now, QVC has added lab-grown diamonds to its selection, and that’s why we decided to write a QVC lab-grown diamonds review.

QVC stands for “Quality Value Convenience”, which should be very promising. In our review of QVC lab-grown diamonds, we’ll find out if they live up to their consumer promise.

In short, our QVC lab-grown diamonds review finds they don’t. The prices for lab diamonds on QVC are exceptionally high. The lab diamond quality is questionable since QVC and their sellers offer little information about the diamonds, making it difficult to assess the diamond quality fully. However, in our experience, the lab diamond quality is low.

QVC lab-grown diamonds are in many ways similar to Helzberg Diamonds, Zales, Kay Jewelers, and other mall jewelers and perhaps cater to the same audience. Unfortunately, we cannot recommend that anyone shop for lab-grown diamonds at QVC, and we land on a wretched QVC lab-grown diamonds review rating of 2.3 out of 5 possible stars – our second-lowest score yet!

QVC diamonds review rating:

Keep reading our QVC lab-created diamonds review to learn why we don’t recommend buying lab diamond jewelry at QVC.

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Who is QVC and What Are QVC Lab-Grown Diamonds?

As noted in the QVC lab-grown diamonds review summary, QVC is a TV shopping network conglomerate that reaches hundreds of millions of shoppers worldwide. It is best known for its infomercials, which remain its key sales channel. However, over the years, QVC has evolved to include e-commerce and live shopping.

QVC sells diamonds through both its infomercial channels and its e-commerce platform at QVC.com. In the following QVC lab-grown diamonds review, we’ll focus on the e-commerce shopping channel but note the other media channels.

Are QVC Lab-Grown Diamonds Legit?

QVC is a well-known TV shopping network and a reputable and legitimate company. However, its products may not always be legit and of great quality. We find that QVC grossly inflates its lab-grown diamonds and that the quality is low or questionable.

Are QVC Lab-Grown Diamonds Good?

QVC lab-grown diamonds are not good. The color and clarity grades are usually decent, but the diamond cut grade is unknown or poor. In addition, the prices for lab-grown diamonds at QVC are excessive and do not reflect the low diamond quality.

Should I buy lab-grown diamonds on QVC?

The quality of lab-grown diamonds is low, and prices are high. The shopping experience is poor, and you will likely be disappointed with what you purchase. So we do not think you should buy lab-grown diamonds on QVC. There are many better places to buy diamonds online, which you can find at LabGrownCarats.com.

QVC’s Diamond Inventory

QVC sells both mined and lab-grown diamonds. As we shall learn soon, their mined diamonds are overpriced, just like their selection of lab-created diamonds. We generally don’t recommend mined diamonds due to their much higher cost and the potential associated ethical and environmental issues. We particularly don’t recommend mined diamonds from QVC due to their high price and low quality.

But what about their lab-created diamonds?

Lab-Created Diamonds at QVC

QVC sells its lab-grown diamonds under the brand name “Fire Light”, which sounds very promising. Brilliance and sparkle, sometimes referred to as fire, are what makes diamonds unique, so we expect QVC’s lab-grown diamonds to have lots of fire.

QVC's lab-grown diamonds are marketed under the Fire Light brand.
QVC markets its lab-grown diamonds under the Fire Light brand.

QVC does not prominently market lab-grown diamonds on its site or in its videos when you look for jewelry. They likely have higher margins on mined diamonds, and their audience may not know what lab-created diamonds are, perhaps thinking lab diamonds are not real. They are.

When you do manage to find their lab-grown diamond jewelry (tip: use the search feature), QVC has been kind enough to add this small comparison illustration, which, in fairness, is very correct.

QVC lab-grown diamonds comparison with mined diamonds (the image is much smaller on their site, for some reason).
QVC lab-grown diamonds comparison with mined diamonds.

In addition, QVC has created (pun intended) a short video introducing their Fire Light brand. It explains that lab-created diamonds are indeed real diamonds and that they are more affordable than mined diamonds, just without all the negative impacts.

That is straight-talking, and we like that. We especially like that QVC refers to the dirtier diamond type as mined, and do not use the slightly misleading moniker (“natural”, inferring that lab-grown diamonds might not be real diamonds).

QVC also has an informational video (of course) about lab-grown diamonds, comparing them to mined diamonds.
QVC also has an informational video (of course) about lab-grown diamonds, comparing them to mined diamonds.

Next, in our review of QVC lab-grown diamonds, we’ll examine their Fire Light diamond jewelry in more detail.

Lab-Grown Diamond Selection

When reviewing lab diamond sellers, we usually assess both their selection of loose diamonds, customization options, and their pre-set jewelry. However, QVC does not sell loose diamonds and does not allow you to build your own jewelry by picking a loose diamond of your choice from their inventory.

That’s a shame. We always recommend creating your own diamond jewelry by finding the perfect loose diamond and pairing it with the jewelry piece of choice. This way, you’ll get a much better diamond and, usually, at a lower price.

The reason is that jewelers tend to set their jewelry with lower-grade diamonds and particularly skimp on the cut grade (Ritani is a notable exception to that rule, using only ideal cut lab diamonds).

Diamond Jewelry Selection

At present (in 2024), QVC offers 74 different lab-grown diamond jewelry pieces. 34 rings, 18 earrings, 14 necklaces, 8 bracelets, and 4 jewelry sets. While that is not a lot to choose between, it’s more than what we saw in our Swarovski lab diamond review.

The majority of the lab-grown diamonds are round-shaped, with emerald and oval making up almost the rest. But QVC also has a few pear-shaped and heart-shaped lab diamonds (plus a few more shapes).

Some of the classic lab-grown diamond jewelry designs at QVC
Some of the classic lab-grown diamond jewelry designs at QVC.

The lab-grown diamond jewelry designs at QVC span the classics, from stud solitaire and halo earrings to eternity rings and tennis bracelets. None of the designs are out of the ordinary, but they cover the basics plus a little more.

A few of the more modern lab-grown diamond jewelry designs at QVC.
A few of the more modern lab-grown diamond jewelry designs at QVC.

So QVC caters to the average shopper looking for the more common diamond jewelry. That’s not a bad thing. But if you are looking for extraordinary designs and exquisite takes on classic design jewelry, we suggest you check out what our jewelry design favorites, Grown Brilliance and With Clarity, offer.

Next, in our review of QVC lab diamonds, we’ll evaluate the diamond quality.

Diamond Quality at QVC

Examining diamond quality, whether mined or lab-created, is an often overlooked but incredibly important part of the diamond and jewelry shopping process. But we’ll help with that.

The first thing to know is that all diamonds, mined or lab-grown, are graded on the diamond 4Cs. These are:

It’s sort of in the order. The most important thing is that the diamond cut is first. It is by far the most important aspect of a diamond, particularly colorless brilliant diamonds (some fancy shapes and fancy colors are a bit different).

You can learn much more about that in our in-depth articles linked above or by reading our lab diamond buying guide to find the perfect diamonds.

Knowing that diamond cut is the most important quality factor, let’s start there.

Diamond Cut Quality

QVC highlights the importance of the cut of their lab diamonds (see below):

QVC highlights the importance of the cut of their lab diamonds.
QVC highlights the importance of the cut of their lab diamonds.

This makes it so much more surprising that they will not tell you the cut quality of the diamonds they sell!

That’s right. It’s impossible to find out what diamond cut grade the diamonds they sell have. They sometimes list the clarity and color grade (and always the carat). But not the cut. Suspicious much?

But, while it’s surprising, we are not all that surprised. Other diamond sellers in the same category as QVC, such as Kay Jewelers, Zales, and Helzberg, similarly fail to list cut quality, and often even their customer service can’t tell you, as we saw recently in our Kay Jewelers lab diamonds review.

That, in itself, should be enough for you not to shop there. And we could easily end our QVC lab diamond review here. But perhaps you’re still curious to learn if it gets worse. It does.

What Is the Brilliant Rose Cut?

Before we move on to the other diamond grades, we want to discuss the “brilliant rose cut”. QVC advertises it as a better alternative to the round brilliant shape, which many view as the ultimate diamond shape. Note that shape is often used interchangeably with cut, but we prefer to refer to shape to avoid unnecessary confusion.

So, what is the rose cut? The rose cut (or shape) is inferior and typically cheaper than the round brilliant. Despite the lure of the additional facets, we advise staying clear of the rose cut. The diamond rose shape is dull and does not have any of the fire and brilliance that you expect from (brilliant) diamonds.

But QVC and their Fire Light brand claim to have improved upon this inferior diamond shape with their world premiere of the brilliant rose cut (see the world “premiere” at QVC). It’s a little odd, considering that the “brilliant” version was supposedly created in 1996.

But that aside, is the brilliant rose cut any good? As with most things, it’s a matter of taste. Yes, it has more facets, but that does not mean anything. It’s not a quality factor. So don’t be fooled. More is not always more.

Is the brilliant rose cut any good? As with most things, it's a matter of taste. Yes, it does have more facets, but that does not really mean anything. It's not a quality factor. So don't be fooled, more is not always more.

The Brilliant Rose Cut is a Scam (Sort Of)

We do not find that the improved version of the lesser rose shape is better than the round brilliant shape, which was perfected with mathematical precision in 1919. It’s worse. But it may be slightly better than the not-so-good standard rose diamond shape.

Dull and cheap brilliant rose shaped diamonds (we know the image quality is poor, but don't worry, the diamond cut probably is, too).
Dull and cheap brilliant rose-shaped diamonds (we know the image quality is poor, but don’t worry, the diamond cut is, too).

It’s even evident from the promotional videos at QVC that the brilliant rose diamonds lack brilliance and fire. They are not really on brand (for their Fire and Light brand).

We suggest you stick with the round brilliant shape if you want a round diamond.

Diamond Clarity, Color, and Carat

Moving our QVC lab diamonds review along, let’s assess the remaining diamond 4Cs.

Diamond carat is pretty straightforward, and we have not found any instances where QVC did not list the diamond weight. That said, since you are not buying a particular diamond, the carat weights are only approximated and minimums.

Diamond Carat

In addition, often, QVC does not disclose the carat weight of center stones but only the total carat weight, which includes (lower quality) accent stones. You should know the weight of the center stone, of course.

Diamond clarity and color are included in some but not all product listings. From our experience, the more expensive and the larger the diamond, the more likely you are to find the clarity and color grades.

Diamond Clarity

The clarity grades we most often experienced during our review are “very slight included 2” (VS2), which is a decent grade and usually acceptable. However, diamond grading is a professional but subjective exercise, and some diamonds may receive a higher clarity grade but can still have visible inclusions. That’s why we always recommend buying a particular diamond you can inspect and study online. Alas, at QVC, you get whatever diamond they pick for you.

But, giving QVC the benefit of the doubt, the diamond clarity quality is okay.

Diamond Color

The color grades are generally okay, too. Often even higher than we typically would recommend (because you often can’t see the color difference, but you can clearly see the price difference). And what’s worse, we don’t really trust their color grading (more on that later).

Here’s an example of a halo lab diamond ring with a color range of E-F, i.e., it should at least be F, which is a good color grade. Except, in the image, it looks like a fancy-colored white diamond (which is different and much cheaper than a colorless diamond).

Is this a colorless lab diamond from QVC?
Is this a colorless lab diamond from QVC?

We know this is only for illustrative purposes, and maybe the lighting was off. However, while we have not seen this particular diamond ring in person, it does not look promising (we’ll try to get our hands on one so we can inspect it further).

But, as can be witnessed below, QVC seems to be confusing diamond colors with shapes, so perhaps they are also confusing fancy white with colorless.

QVC seems to be confusing diamond colors with shapes, so perhaps they also confused with with colorless.

Obviously, it’s an error on the site. But it’s still indicative of the attention to detail QVC puts into its diamond jewelry listings. It’s not something you want from an expensive purchase.

Diamond Certification at QVC

How do you know if the grades of the lab diamonds you are considering are trustworthy? One way is to have diamonds inspected by independent grading institutes.

As we have learned in our reviews of Vrai, Swarovski lab diamonds, Lightbox Jewelry, and more, sometimes jewelers decide just to grade their diamonds themselves. And you’ll just have to trust their independence. We generally caution against that, though the diamonds at Vrai and Swarovski are often great.

Many diamond laboratories offer grading services, and some are more trustworthy than others. GIA, the Gemological Institute of America, is perhaps the most well-known. IGI, another renowned institute, is the leading grader of lab-grown diamonds.

Diamonds Certified by Gia?

The lab diamonds at QVC are supposedly graded by GIA. That’s a massive vote of confidence. If you buy a lab-grown diamond graded by GIA, you can feel safe that the quality is as advertised.

So that’s great, right?

Well, recall that QVC does not list the cut quality? Even if GIA assesses that a lab diamond has the cut quality of “very good”, that is still pretty bad. Any diamond from GIA should have the diamond cut grade Excellent! That is their highest grade and the only one you should ever consider.

We applaud that QVC sells GIA-graded lab diamonds, but since the cut quality is unknown and possibly low, then it doesn’t really matter who graded the diamond.

Summary of QVC lab-grown diamond quality: While the color and clarity grades are seemingly decent, and the carat weights are listed but not specified for center stones, the diamond quality at QVC is not great. The problem is that diamond cut quality is not listed, and that, more often than not, means it’s low. We think it’s “very good”, because that is the most common cut grade used by diamond jewelers for pre-set diamond jewelry. The problem is, very good is not very good and, in fact, it is pretty poor!

Having learned that the diamond quality is decent but questionable, we’ll find out that the prices match the presumably lower quality next in our QVC lab-grown diamonds review.

QVC’s Diamond Prices

As we noted above in our QVC lab-grown diamonds review, diamond quality is often ignored by consumers but should be a critical part of any lab diamond purchase. Of course, so is the price. So, let’s assess the diamond prices at QVC next.

QVC Diamond Price Comparison

When we assess lab diamond prices, we typically start by comparing the costs of loose lab-grown diamonds. What we do is use a reference diamond as a yardstick (prices for a 1-carat round brilliant). But, as QVC does not sell loose diamonds or offer the option of picking a diamond from a diamond inventory, that is a futile exercise.

Instead, our QVC lab-grown diamonds review will compare the prices of common pre-set diamond jewelry. Let’s start with a pair of lab diamond stud earrings.

Price for 1-carat diamond stud earrings at QVC

QVC does not sell a pair of 1-carat diamond earrings, perhaps the most popular diamond jewelry product. However, they do have 0.9-carat diamond stud earrings (the total weights are divided by 2 to get the individual stone weights).

They are listed at $922.79 at QVC (plus $5.50 shipping and handling, weird).

The color is ‘colorless’, which typically means between G and J (a pretty wide range). So, let’s assume it’s J because that’s the only guarantee they’ll give you.

The diamond clarity is “Very Slightly Included”, which we assume means minimum VS2.

Both are acceptable grades in most cases. But, again, we don’t know the diamond cut grade!

Regardless, compared to Ritani (who always uses the best diamond cut grade, ideal), QVC is slightly cheaper. Or so it seems.

Ritani lists their 1-carat stud earrings for $1,356. But these are top-notch premium quality diamonds. The clarity grade is the same, but the color grade starts at H. So, a much, much better set of lab diamond earrings. The $430 extra is more than worth it!

A more comparable set of diamond stud earrings at Clean Origin costs $800. So, if you need to spend under $1000, go for Clean Origin. But we suggest Ritani instead because of the higher diamond quality (you’ll be happy with your decision).

Compare all prices for lab-created diamond earrings.

Price for a 2-carat diamond pendant at QVC

Let’s also compare the prices of a piece of round-weight lab diamond. QVC has a pendant set with a 2-carat lab diamond, which they list for $4,598. That should make it easier to compare prices with competitors.

Again, we don’t know the diamond cut grade but assume a “very good” grade.

At Brilliant Earth, you can design your own diamond pendant. That means you can pick any diamond from their inventory of loose lab diamonds and pair it with the pendant of your choice. We did that, and we found a lab diamond of similar quality to the one from QVC, including the pendant setting, totaling $3,190. That’s 30% cheaper!

If you want to skip the create-your-own process, you can also opt for a pre-set lab diamond pendant from Grown Brilliance, another of our favorite places to buy lab-grown diamonds. The pendant at Grown Brilliance is of better quality and cheaper!

Compare prices for 2-carat lab-grown diamonds with the current market prices.

Summary of lab-grown diamond prices at QVC: As we have learned above in our QVC lab-grown diamonds review, QVC is significantly more expensive than Ritani, Clean Origin, and Grown Brilliance. And that’s compared to similar or better quality diamond jewelry. That said, compared to mall jewelers such as Helzberg, Kay Jewelers, and Zales, QVC’s lab diamond prices are somewhat reasonable. But they’re still way too high.

Shipping and Returns

Shipping costs are included in the additional shipping and handling fee that, for whatever reason, QVC doesn’t just include in the price. Typically, it’s less than $10, so that’s reasonable. But, for $10, you don’t get insured overnight shipping as you do at James Allen or Clean Origin.

When shipping high-cost items such as diamond jewelry, you probably want it to be insured during shipping.

The shipping included in the “shipping and handling costs” is standard, while you can opt to pay more for express or premium delivery. Given the value of your parcel, you probably want that, so expect the shipping and handling costs to increase.

Diamond Returns and Exchanges

At QVC, you have a 30-day return period, which starts from the time of receipt, which is pretty good and on par with the industry average. It’s a far cry from Clean Origin’s generous 100-day risk-free return period, but it’s not bad at all.

You do have to repay the shipping and handling costs, which are, for some reason, separate from the product price. You also have to pay for return shipping costs unless you want to make an exchange or the return is due to an error on the part of QVC.

That’s not great. Our recommended lab diamond jewelers all offer a minimum 30-day risk-free return period that includes free return shipping. But it’s similar to what the mall jewelers we have reviewed offer. And the return shipping is relatively cheap, so that helps.

On that semi-positive note, let’s summarize our QVC lab-grown diamonds review.

Summary of Our QVC Diamonds Review

Throughout our QVC lab-grown diamonds review, we’ve learned that QVC has a decent selection of lab-grown diamond jewelry. They cover the basic designs and a few modern ones, but it’s far from what we’ve seen elsewhere.

The quality of their diamonds is, in some respects, decent, while others are dubious. When buying a high-cost item such as diamond jewelry, you want to steer clear of anything that can be labeled dubious.

The prices for lab-grown diamond jewelry at QVC are also high. We’ve seen prices at QVC around 26-30% higher than similar or better diamond-quality jewelry at competing retailers. To be fair, QVC’s competitors are more likely to be the jeweler you find at the mall. And compared to their prices, QVC offers competitive prices. But who wants to shop at the best of the worst?

In short, we suggest you shop elsewhere (see our recommended alternative jewelers below).

To summarize our QVC lab-grown diamonds review, let’s consider the pros and cons of shopping for lab-grown diamonds at QVC (because, surprisingly, there are a few pros!).

Pros of buying lab-grown diamonds at QVC

The pros of buying lab-grown diamonds at QVC are few, but in fairness, we’ll highlight the pros below:

  • Prices for lab-grown diamond jewelry are lower than what you’ll find at the mall.
  • The selection of lab diamond jewelry is decent, though underwhelming.
  • Lab-grown diamonds are graded by GIA.
  • Lab diamond clarity and color grades are okay.

Cons of buying lab-grown diamonds at QVC

  • The lab-grown diamond cut quality is unknown and, at best, questionable.
  • Prices, even if better than at the mall, are still much higher than what you can find elsewhere.
  • You can’t customize or pick your own diamond.
  • You can’t inspect diamonds since QVC decides what diamond to pair your jewelry with.
  • Shipping is not free, not quick, and not insured.
  • Returns are not free nor insured.
  • You have much better options—see below.

QVC Diamonds vs. the Competition

Concluding our unimpressed QVC lab-grown diamonds review, we want to offer you better alternatives. At LabGrownCarars.com, we review the best and worst sellers of lab-grown diamonds so you can shop confidently and find the perfect one.

Below are the best places to buy lab-grown diamonds and jewelry in 2024. If you shop at any of these jewelers, you will both save and get a much better lab diamond.

James Allen is one of the best alternatives to QVC lab-created diamonds.
James Allen review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
James Allen

James Allen is one of our best-rated places to buy lab-grown diamonds overall and the best alternative to QVC lab-grown diamonds. Their service is top-notch, prices are low, and the quality and craftsmanship are superb.

Ritani review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Ritani

Ritani tops our list of the best places to buy lab-grown diamonds because of their market-leading low prices and price transparency, the largest inventory of lab diamonds, customization options, and jewelry store partnership. That makes Ritani one of the best alternatives to QVC lab diamonds.

Ritani is one of the best alternatives to QVC lab-created diamonds.
Clean Origin is another of the best alternatives to QVC lab-grown diamonds.
Clean Origin review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Clean Origin

Clean Origin is another of our favorite places to buy lab-grown diamond jewelry and alternatives to QVC lab-created diamonds. We recommend Clean Origin for its unbeatable prices, a vast selection of lab-grown diamonds and jewelry, and excellent support (plus 100-day risk-free returns).

Grown Brilliance review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Grown Brilliance

Grown Brilliance is our favorite for lab-grown diamond engagement rings due to their incredible ring designer, customization options, and unique jewelry design collections. And so much better than QVC lab diamonds. Grown Brilliance’s prices are excellent, and so is the shopping experience.

Grown Brilliance is also one of the best alternatives to QVC lab-created diamonds.
Brilliant Earth is one of the best alternatives to QVC lab-grown diamonds.
Brilliant Earth review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Brilliant Earth

Brilliant Earth is the leading sustainable lab-grown diamond jeweler. Their deep commitment to sustainability, including being the only seller of sustainable graded lab diamonds, sets them apart. The prices are excellent, too, and they are unbelievably better than QVC lab-grown diamonds.

With Clarity review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
With Clarity

With Clarity is another of our best places to buy lab-grown diamond engagement rings because of their unique 3D ring replica home previews (that you can try for free). They have a large selection of stunning lab-created diamonds and excellent prices, and they are 1000 times better than QVC lab diamonds.

With Clarity is one of the best alternatives to QVC lab-created diamonds.

How We Have Reviewed QVC Diamonds

At LabGrownCarats.com, we are experts in diamonds. We have examined QVC Diamonds and its jewelry, comparing it to other companies in the diamond industry.

We spent a lot of time examining their products and using our knowledge to make sure we understood the quality of their items. We also looked at how easy it is to buy and return products and how well QVC serves its customers.

We ask many questions to ensure accurate reviews and update our reviews often. We want to hear from you, too – please share your experiences in the comments so we can learn from each other.

Why You Should Trust Us

Our team of diamond experts has accumulated decades of knowledge about diamonds and jewelers and a combined experience of more than 75 years. Our QVC Diamonds review was led by our top diamond expert, Rolf Hartmann, with input from several of our expert contributors.

Ranking Criteria

We have reviewed and ranked QVC using these criteria:

  • Price
  • Diamond inventory
  • Jewelry selection
  • Quality
  • Shopping experience
  • Customer service
  • Sustainability
  • Shipping and return policies
Rolf Hartmann, your lab-grown diamond expert, wrote this QVC Diamonds review.
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Rolf Hartmann

Rolf Hartmann has decades of experience in the jewelry industry. He knows everything you need to know to find the perfect diamond. He’s an expert in lab-grown diamonds and has followed their exciting development from industrial usage to the incredible gemstone quality they are today. Rolf guides you to find the right diamond at the best possible price and expertly and transparently reviews all lab-grown diamond sellers.

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Rolf Hartmann has decades of experience in the jewelry industry. He knows everything you need to know to find the perfect diamond. He's an expert in lab-grown diamonds and has followed the exciting development of lab diamonds from industrial usage to the incredible gemstone quality that lab-grown diamonds are today. Rolf guides you to find the right diamond at the best possible price and expertly and transparently reviews all lab-grown diamond sellers.

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