>Brighter than Diamonds
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  • You could buy a 2 carat diamond online like this one:


    Look at that $37,000 "sale" price - ouch!
    OR Or get a 2 carat Sparkle® lab-grown diamond

    Conflict-free Diamond Simulant (NOT a cheap CZ)

    Set in a Beautiful Solid 14k Gold Ring
    Includes a custom-designed presentation case
    perfect for safekeeping or gift-giving
    All rings available in white or yellow gold
    Best-Selling Designer Engagement Rings


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,295
    Sale $1,795


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,495
    Sale $1,995


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,295
    Sale $1,795


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,995
    Sale $2,195


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,495
    Sale $1,995


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,295
    Sale $1,795


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,995
    Sale $2,195


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,495
    Sale $1,995


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $5,495
    Sale $2,395


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,495
    Sale $1,995


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,295
    Sale $1,795


    14k White or Yellow Gold

    Retail $4,495
    Sale $1,995

    Educate Yourself about Synthetic and Simulated Diamonds

    The Sparkle Simulated Diamond®
    Natural Diamonds attribute their colored hues to imperfections within the stone and their value is directly dependent upon the clarity of the stone. Sparkle Simulated Diamonds are carefully crafted to be nearly flawless and colorless in every way. They are cut and faceted to achieve maximum brilliance without any imperfections; they resemble the same optical characteristics, have the ability to cut glass and and can be shaped into all the same styles as natural diamonds.

    The only difference in many experts’ opinions is the price. For the same clarity, cut, color and carat of a natural diamond that would fetch many thousands of dollars, our simulated diamond of VVS1 quality rating are just a mere fraction of the cost. Because of their superior quality, the Sparkle Diamond® is regarded as the premier simulated diamond in the world.

    It is almost impossible to the naked eye to distinguish the Sparkle Simulated Diamond from a real natural diamond. Because they resemble the same optical characteristics, radiance and beauty as a natural stone even jewelers have a hard time telling the difference; and because they are not created from carbon, they don't have any imperfections or inclusions.

    We invite you to see for yourself why smart buyers have made Sparkle Simulated Diamonds their natural choice.
    What is a Simulated Diamond?
    The American Gem Trade Association defines a Diamond Simulant as: “A man-made single crystal, which can be manufactured with different materials and designed to simulate the appearance, with the characteristic properties of a natural gemstone.”

    There are several brand names of Simulated Diamonds in the market today. Each one having its own claims on how they simulate a real diamond. Regardless if you use Silicon Carbide, Zirconium Oxide, Aluminum Oxide or any other material as the basis to form the crystals, because they are not natural occurring stones, they are all considered "Simulated Diamonds".
    How are Simulated Diamonds Made?
    A Diamond Simulant is manufactured with a process called the “skull melt” in which the materials heat up from the inside outwards. The outside remains relatively cool while the inside melts, forming its own outer crust or "skull". Only with extreme heat is the “preferred cube form” obtained and a metal oxide stabilizer is added to the process to ensure isometric cubic crystals. When the heat is switched off, the product then cools under rigidly controlled conditions and hardens.

    As it hardens, the solid crystals are formed. Because they are made in a controlled environment, the crystals are also perfect in structure, without feathers or inclusions and since they are solid and not composed of layers, they are almost as hard as a natural diamond. Due to their hardness and clarity the crystals can be cut using the same proportions used in cutting fine diamonds. Faceting too, is intensive and precise, creating hundreds of facets and mimicking the brilliance of diamonds.



    Consider:
    There is absolutely no reason to buy diamonds that are mined from the earth.

    Today’s stones, which are grown in a lab, like flowers in a greenhouse, are in all ways superior to stones found in the ground. Sparkle Diamonds® are technically simulants, but are more comparable to mined stones than to any other simulant such as cubic zirconia.

    The Sparkle Difference
    The faceting and polishing is the most crucial aspect of any stone. Here is where you get the different qualities. The amount and precision of facets is what determines the different qualities of diamond simulants. The fire and sparkle can only be achieved by the amount of light that refracts from within, and this can only be achieved by the faceting and polishing. That’s why the Sparkle Simulated Diamond is the Most Brilliant Simulated Diamond and it comes with a written Lifetime Warranty that will never fade and loose their brilliance.
    The Sparkle Simulated Diamond® vs. Natural Diamonds
    If you are in the market for a diamond simulant, you want to make sure that the one you buy will truly resemble the look and feel of a natural diamond. Not only does it have to look like a diamond, but it must also have some of the same optical characteristics.


    The Sparkle Simulated Diamond® vs. CZ
    Our Simulated Diamonds are different from inexpensive CZ in several ways. These differences result in a superior diamond simulant that better resembles the qualities of a natural diamond.

    The main difference is that an inexpensive CZ is a much softer and porous stone, thus making it very susceptible to chipping and scratching. CZ absorbs dirt and oils and becomes milky and cloudy in a short period of time and eventually it will appear yellowish and looses its fire and ability to disperse light. CZs are usually faceted in an attempt to mimic the natural brilliance of a diamond, but because of their softness, the faceting is very rounded, not sharp and crisp. The typical Cubic Zirconia is a very short-lived stone and mainly used for inexpensive fashion jewelry.
    We invite you to see for yourself why smart buyers have made Sparkle Simulated Diamonds their natural choice.

    Buy with Confidence! EVERY SPARKLE SIMULATED DIAMOND COMES WITH A LIFETIME GUARANTEE!



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    Evaluating the Sparkle Simulated Diamond - The 4 C’s of a Diamonds Brilliance

    Clarity - The Difference Between Flawless, Imperfect, & VS1 Diamonds
    In the world of diamonds, how perfect the clarity of the stone is, also makes a big difference in its value and cost. From flawless to imperfect this rating is based upon the number of inclusions in the gem. The Clarity rating system denotes how much “sparkle” or “fire” each gem produces and are marked as FL for flawless, IF or internally flawed, or the very rare – VVS1 which are considered most excellent in quality.


    The definition of a "flawless" diamond is one that under a jeweler’s magnification of 10x, no external or internal imperfections can be seen. Those with the least amount of blemishes or flaws, become the most highly prized and the most expensive.

    Buying from Brighter than Diamonds has a tremendous advantage over buying an earth-mined stone because each one is carefully crafted to be nearly flawless in every way.

    A 2 carat engagement ring of this caliber, if it had natural diamonds, could cost over 25,000 of dollars but for a simulated diamond engagement ring, the price is usually under $3,000 and it has the same or better clarity and radiance of a natural diamond without the hefty price tag to the earth, its people or your wallet.
    Color - How it Effects a Diamonds Rarity
    The color of a diamond is an alphabetical grading system that goes from D to Z. Ranging from absolutely colorless (D color) which is the most preferred, all the way down to colors that can be quite gray. Colorless diamonds are truly devoid of any hues and they are also known as "white diamonds". The less color a diamond has, the more valuable it is.


    While most natural diamonds attribute their colored hues to imperfections within the stone, simulated diamonds are made without any flaws.
    Carat - The Weight of the Diamond
    When you hear term Carat, people tend to think in terms of size but actually it is a matter of weight. Carat is the unit of weight for a diamond. Larger diamonds in their natural state are much rarer than smaller ones, so they have a much higher price tag.
    Cut - The Art of a Skilled Gemstone Cutter
    In the jewelry industry, the Ideal Cut was first developed in 1919 by Marcel Tolkowsky, a Belgian diamond cutter. Less than 15% of all diamonds reach the Ideal Cut Standard. However a diamond can be cut to look bigger or smaller than it actually is. That’s part of the magic in the hands of a skilled cutter.

    The faceting and polishing is one of the most crucial aspects of the stone and here is where you can get different qualities of stones with the same clarity, color and carat weight. The fluorescence, fire and sparkle of the stone can only be achieved by the amount of light that refracts from within the stone and this can only be achieved by the faceting and polishing of the stone. All Sparkle Simulated Diamonds are cut to ideal proportions and they come a written lifetime warranty that if they will ever fade and loose their brilliance, Sparkle Diamonds® will replace it free of charge.

    >Brighter than Diamonds
    Since 2005
    244 Fifth Ave suite 2317 - New York - NY 10001    (800) 977-2088
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