IGI Grade 3 Beautiful Lab-grown Creations to Greenlab’s Sustainable Projects

As part of its mission to provide affordable and sustainable luxury, the International Gemological Institute (IGI) graded three Lab-grown diamonds, namely, 27.27carat, 20.24, and 15.16 carats. The future of next-generation buying is based on technological advancements and companies that aim to create diamonds that are both affordable and luxurious. Greenlab’s expertise and cutting-edge techniques are unsurpassed.

IGI Grade 3 Beautiful Lab-grown Creations to Greenlab's Sustainable Projects

OM was the Marquise step-cut 27.27 carat marquise diamond. It was named after Greenlab’s vision of India becoming the top lab-grown country. OM is therefore the largest Lab-Grown polished diamond in the world.

NAMAH The 15.16 carat Pear Rose cut diamond has been exquisitely polished and named to show its beauty to the buyer.

OM combined with NAMAH is the WORLD’S LAST Lab-Grown Polished Diamonds. They have no color enhancement and are also known as “AS GROWN”.

SHIVAYA is a 20.24-carat Emerald cut diamond that most women dream about. It’s perfectly shaped to exude elegance and charm.

“Lab-Grown Diamonds can be enjoyed by everyone. Partner at Greenlab , Sanket Ptel said that better diamonds are possible. This is a sustainable and affordable luxury that can be nurtured and shared with the world. We want the world to see it at JCK so that consumers can experience the product. They will be displayed at booth No. 8131 Labon LLC. He said that our workmanship is what sets us apart from all the rest, and he invited fraternity members for them to witness it.”

IGI is a global leader in lab-grown diamond certification. The grading institute certifies nearly 85% of all diamonds in the world that was grown in labs. Mr said, “IGI has been our certified partner since the beginning and their advanced technology is commendable.” Sanket Patel Partner GreenLab Diamond LLP.

IGI Grade 3 Beautiful Lab-grown Creations to Greenlab's Sustainable Projects

We are pleased to be a partner with Greenlab’s project for sustainably-produced opulence. It is now easier to grade lab-grown diamonds with IGI’s innovative technology. This will allow for the advancement of the lab-grown category worldwide. “We look forward to continuing such pioneering pursuits, considering the many opportunities that remain in this sector,” stated Mr. Tehmasp Printer, President and MD, IGI India.

The segment of lab-grown diamonds has seen a rise in interest from Gen Z and millennials in its offerings. Industry players must accept this trend and continue to experiment with the category. The IGI research focuses on creating methods to grade these diamonds in order to increase consumer confidence and grow.