Sustainability

Our sustainable development goal is to achieve corporate carbon neutrality by 2030.

To achieve this, we have evolved a visionary roadmap to help inspire and lead the industry towards a sustainable symbiosis. So far, we have been committed to creating the Colormond diamond colour system, starting with high-quality Colormond Diamonds.

Diamonds with
a stunning palette of colours

Colormond diamonds radiate an awe-inspiring spectrum of hues. From striking blues, vibrant pinks to captivating yellows, their intense and vivid colours astound. Customised colour saturation during growth ensures a plethora of options to suit every taste. Experience the allure of profound depth or the subtlety of delicate tones, as Colormond offers an extraordinary palette of coloured diamonds.

Boundless personality with fancy cuts

Colormond diamonds embody boundless creativity when it comes to their exquisite cuts. Going beyond the traditional round brilliant, these diamonds can be fashioned into a myriad of fancy cuts, igniting a sense of individuality and charm. From princess to cushion, emerald to pear, marquise to countless others, these cuts amplify the diamond's colour and aesthetic allure.

A responsible environmental choice

The choice of Colormond diamonds over their mined counterparts reflects a mindful concern for the preservation of the environment. Cultivated in controlled laboratories, they eliminate concerns of environmental damage, habitat destruction, and ethical issues linked to diamond mining. Choose Colormond for their vibrant beauty and ethical pedigree.

Colormond ESG Assessment

We set up a sustainable supply chain based on ESG evaluation criteria for our long-term partners who share the same sustainable vision. Together we are committed to:

No mined materials

No forced labour

No discrimination

100% clean energy
by 2030

100% recycled materials
by 2030

Learn More About LGD

What Are Lab Grown Diamonds?

Lab-grown diamonds, also known as synthetic diamonds or man-made diamonds, are diamonds that are created in a laboratory rather than being formed naturally in the Earth's crust. They have the same physical and chemical properties as natural diamonds, as they are composed of carbon atoms arranged in a crystal lattice structure.


Understanding the 4Cs

The 4Cs of diamond quality are based on colour, clarity, cut, and carat weight. Familiarize yourself with these characteristics to assess a diamond's value and determine your preferences.

  • Color
    Diamonds are graded on a colour scale from D (colourless) to Z (light yellow or brown).
  • Clarity
    Clarity measures the presence of internal or external blemishes. The clarity scale ranges from Flawless (no imperfections visible under magnification) to Included (imperfections visible to the naked eye).
  • Cut
    The cut refers to a diamond's proportions, symmetry, and finish. A well-cut diamond reflects light beautifully, maximizing its brilliance and sparkle.
  • Carat weight
    Carat is a unit of weight, not size. Larger diamonds tend to be more valuable but remember that the other factors (4Cs) also influence the overall beauty and worth of a diamond.

How Are Lab Grown Diamonds Made?

Lab-grown diamonds are created through two primary methods: High Pressure-High Temperature (HPHT) and Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD).

  • HPHT Method
    This process involves placing a diamond seed in a carbon-rich environment and subjecting it to high pressure and high temperature, replicating the conditions under which natural diamonds form.
  • CVD Method
    In this method, a thin slice of diamond seed is placed in a sealed chamber. Carbon-rich gases are introduced, and a microwave or another energy source is used to ionize the gases. The carbon atoms are then deposited onto the diamond seed, layer by layer, resulting in the growth of a larger diamond.