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Real Pink Diamonds
Genuine pink diamonds. Grown by a proprietary process that actually recreates the miracle of nature. An affordable, eco-friendly, conflict-free alternative to the cost prohibitive mined pink diamonds. Pink Pure Grown Diamonds are classified as type IIa, which is the purest form of diamond in the world. Each diamond over .25 ct is certified by either IGI or GCAL AND IS laser inscribed as part of the certification process.

Pink diamonds are very rare. Only 5% of all lab grown diamonds are pink. The colors can range from light pink to intense pink.

Pure Grown Diamonds at Yates & Co Jewelers
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NOTE: We have many more loose Pink Diamonds available.
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More About Pink Diamonds

Diamond is the only gem that is made of a single element - carbon. Typically, 99.95% carbon and .005% trace elements. (Some call these trace elements "impurities"). There are four diamond types: type Ia, type Ib, type IIa and type IIb.
  • Type Ia and Type Ib - have nitrogen.
  • Type IIa - have no nitrogen and no boron.
  • Type IIb - have no nitrogen but do have boron.

Type IIa are by far the rarest of all diamonds - mined or lab grown. Only about 2% of all mined diamonds are classified as Type IIa. Besides being the rarest, Type IIa diamonds are also the purest. They are virtually free of impurities. They also have few inclusions, which allows the light to pass through the stone and create superior brilliance and scintillation. Basically, Type IIa diamonds out sparkle all other diamonds.

Many of the worlds most famous and expensive diamonds are Type IIa, such as the Cullinan, Koh-i-Noor and the "Elizabeth Taylor Diamond". (You can read about Elizabeth Taylor's famous diamond here.)

Pink Pure Grown Diamonds are also Type IIa - the purest, rarest and most brilliant diamonds known to man. They are sustainable, do not negatively impact the environment and are conflict free.

Meet the company that grows the diamonds - Pure Grown Diamonds.
Read their story and get to know Pure Grown Diamonds.


More interested in a mined fancy pink diamond?
Be prepared to spend big bucks. Check out these gorgeous mined pink diamond rings.

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