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It seems almost impossible to watch TV or open a newspaper without seeing anything about artificial diamonds. For centuries, science has tested to create a perfect synthetic diamond. Finally, technology from the 21st century has made this prospect a reality.

There are many reasons to buy synthetic diamonds instead of the extracted variety. The prices for mined diamonds are in the very best verbiage an illusion. To put it more blunt, Cecil Adams says in her award-winning newspaper column "The Straight Dope": "Diamonds are a con, clean and simple". Diamond prices are heavily controlled by DeBeer's diamond cartel, and they are not a fair reflection of diamond deficiency. In addition, studies show that one of three diamonds sold in the US today has changed to artificially increase their value. Further studies have shown that on average, a couple of 40% pay too much for the diamond engagement ring.

In addition to misleading pricing, there are questions about "blood diamonds", forced labor and a myriad of other disturbing diamond facts.

Recently, socially aware celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Minnie Driver and Angelina Jolie have made a vocal question about just having synthetic diamonds for the many gala events they attend.

Good synthetic diamonds are, of course, inseparable from the extracted variety, but without the luggage, and in addition they cost thousands of dollars less. But which synthetic diamond is the best choice?

There are many types of artificial or synthetic diamonds available. The choice is many, but factual information is scarce. Here is an overview and comparison of the synthetic diamonds that are currently not available on the market:

Cubic zirconia

Grandfather from simulated diamonds, zirconia are widely available. In their best example, CZ is actually a pretty decent diamond replica. Unfortunately, the availability of the commodity and large differences in quality have made the stone synonymous with cheap jewelry. Maybe a good choice for cheap bling, but not for fine jewelry. Many sources are available, one decent one is: http://www.czfantasy.com

Russian diamonds

Including Russian brilliant, Russian stars and others, they are in fact only high quality cubic zirconia. This is not mentioned prominently on their websites and they will only cop to it when pressed, but that is the fact. Russian diamond simulations are priced about $ 280 per carat.

Russian Diamonds are a fine jewelry choice and are usually mounted in high quality precious metal settings.

Russian brilliant-cut diamonds are one of the best and oldest sellers of "Russian diamonds" available at: http://www.russianbrilliants.net

Moissanite

Moissanite is a lab-created mineral that is a very good diamond simulator. Moissanite has been on the market as a fine jewelry selection since the early 90's and has picked up a lot of fans. Moissanite is a hard mineral that, like a diamond, will cut glass. However, there are a few minor drawbacks to moissanite. Firstly, it is quite expensive (but still cheaper compared to diamonds) usually priced around $ 500 per carat for good samples.

Secondly, moissanite does not have the same optical properties as diamond, and there are several indicators that make them easy to spot with a glance for an experienced practitioner. It is difficult to produce a pure white moissanite and they often appear slowly green when seen in natural light. In addition, moissanite has significantly higher radiation and gloss factors than natural diamond, causing them to appear "too sparkling" for some. Overall, moissanite is a beautiful synthetic diamond selection.

"Moissanite From the Sky" on http://www.fromthesky.com is a good source of fine moissanite jewelry.

Diamond Nexus

Diamond Nexus gemstones are the result of a fairly new scientific advancement in processing technology, and have only recently been available in the United States.

Diamond Nexus gemstones are excellent diamond simulators and will very closely match the properties of mined diamonds at many different comparison points. They cut glass, which is almost identical to diamond on the Mohs (hardness) scale. They break the perfect "hearts and arrows" and have radiation and glossy reading very close to flawless diamond.

Best of all, they are currently introductory pricing on the US market, and are a steal of $ 79 per caret. Diamond Nexus gemstones are only available in precious metal, gold-gold settings.

Diamond Nexus is only available from Diamond Nexus Labs at: http://www.DiamondNexusLabs.com

White Safir

Sapphire is the second hardest natural mineral on the Mohs scale, surpassed only by diamond. They are, unlike the others in this review, a natural stone. However, their radiation and gloss are not up to the standard of the diamond. Neverheadess, quality white sapphires that cost about $ 220 per carat is a good diamond alternative.

A quality source is: http://www.TheNaturalSapphireCompany.com

Gemisis Cultured Diamond

Gemisis diamonds are beautiful and almost perfect diamond replicas. Unfortunately, they are not available in a clear white color, so they are not a good choice for traditional diamond settings. But if a yellow, orange or pink diamond is what you crave, Gemisis offers great choices in beautiful precious metal, fine jewelry.

Gemisis Cultured Diamonds are only available at: http://www.gemisis.com

Recap:

Synthetic diamonds offer many advantages over the reduced variety. You can buy with confidence and know that you get exactly what you paid for, and have not been exposed to diamond pricing chicanery. If you are concerned about the world around you, you can have a good conscience and know that your money has not contributed to the support of an unethical and abusive industry.

However, there are many choices of synthetic diamonds, with varying degrees of quality. Take some time to review the seller's information to get a clear idea of ​​what science is behind the gems you buy.

For my money, I think the best choices are quality Moissanite stones or the new diamond simulator gemstones available from Diamond Nexus Labs.