Beautiful jewelry in harmony with nature and humanity.
Rings True is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards in creating your jewelry.
Everything You Need To Know About Lab Grown Diamonds
“Is there a noticeable difference when looking at a natural vs. lab-made diamond?
KBH Jewels, Kimberly Berry Haisch : No. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) just rewrote their guidelines in July and changed the definition of what constitute as a diamond. They ruled that lab-grown are not synthetic and are physically, chemically, visually identical to mined diamonds. Mined diamond are made from carbon. And carbon is an element. And a diamond forms because the carbon starts to crystallize. So now, the definition of a diamond is crystallized carbon. And that’s exactly what we do when making lab-grown diamonds — crystalize carbon.”
Greenhouse (Lab Grown) Diamonds
Certified by leading independent gemologists, these diamonds are grown from crystal in a sustainable process that requires no mining. The result are genuine Type IIa diamonds, the purest form of diamond known. Breathtakingly beautiful and much less costly to the planet and the buyer, they reflect a deep commitment to ethical practices and the sanctity of life.
Fair Trade Metals: a fair shake for everyone
While perfect diamonds can be created in the lab, precious metals must be mined or reclaimed. Rings True works with Stuller's Earth First program, which encompasses appropriate mining methods for conservation, remediation and fair labor practices, as well as proper refining; workplace safety and clean emissions.
Full Transparency: value assured
Often entrusted with materials valued at many hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars, a master stonesetter must adhere to the highest standards of integrity. Karl Linger extends this commitment to each and every customer purchase to assure your jewelry meets the profession's highest standards for quality, purity and grade of materials, engineering and fabrication.