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Lab-Grown Precious Gemstones


Nothing energizes a look as effortlessly as a vibrant green pop of color. Paired with our Caydia® lab-grown diamonds, our lab-created emeralds will have others green with envy.

Our stunning lab-grown emeralds offer an ethical and affordable alternative to their earth-mined equivalents. Created emeralds are chemically, optically, and physically identical to emeralds mined from the earth without disrupting Mother Nature.

Since the mid-20th century, emeralds have been hydrothermally created in labs using scientifically advanced machinery and processes. The result is a strikingly green, attention-grabbing beryl gemstone. Lab-grown emeralds are a popular and valuable type of beryl, a relatively rare silicate mineral.


Rubies are one of the most popular precious gemstones of all time. Made to complement our Caydia® lab-grown diamonds, our lab-grown rubies are an ethical and impeccable choice.

In the late 1800s, Auguste Verneuil developed the first lab-grown precious gemstone to grace the jewelry industry with impeccable aesthetics and a striking hue of red. By redefining the ruby’s aesthetics and the technological capabilities of the fine jewelry industry, Verneuil furthered the craft of lab-created rubies by creating his flame-infusion process for synthesizing this beautiful gem. Due to Verneuil’s discoveries, the highest quality rubies no longer need to be found in Myanmar or the Himalayas.


An intense blue color made to complement our Caydia® lab-grown diamonds, our lab-created precious sapphires are as mesmerizing as they are mindful of Mother Earth.

Identical in physical, chemical, and optical properties to mined sapphires, created sapphires emit a radiant and deep blue hue. Sapphires are part of the corundum family. The name “sapphire” can apply to any corundum that is not red enough to qualify as a ruby. However, most classic sapphires are pure blue, ranging from greenish to violet blue.