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Small man-made diamonds have been perfected to the point where they are superior to natural diamonds for many uses.
Natural diamond beads are used on the strand in between the pearls.
An 18k white gold ring is set with an intense blue topaz and bewitching natural diamonds and an 18k rose gold ring features a facetted amethyst highlighted by sparkling diamonds.
They began experimenting some 13 years ago with synthetic diamonds -- made by a technological process, as opposed to natural diamonds, produced by geological process -- from gases like methane.
It is said to offer the same advantages as natural diamond and is suitable for applications in the oil and gas industries (e.
10 Kyodo Researchers at Nagoya University said Monday they have discovered a natural diamond for the first time in Japan in volcanic rock in Ehime Prefecture.
The crystalline-diamond coatings combine the hardness of natural diamond with the strength and fracture toughness of carbide.
Metalex Ventures is reporting the recovery of 243 natural diamonds from processing a 190-kilogram drill core taken from the kimberlite pipe at their T1 project near James Bay.