Saving the Earth

One diamond at a time

About lab-grown diamonds

Lab grown diamonds are physically, optically, and chemically indistinguishable from mined diamonds.
They provide exceptional value and typically cost 30-40% less than mined stones
of the same size, cut and quality.

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Polishing and Certification process

Our diamonds are cut the same way you would cut a mined diamond, on a diamond wheel. Once our diamonds are shaped and polished, every diamond passes through our highly trained inspectors to make sure every stone is cut the right way. After inspection we send our diamonds 0.30 carats and above to an independent American Accredited Gemological Institute for grading. This report process is done so our customers can feel safe knowing our product is graded by a third party and not by one of our paid staff.


All of our jewelry is made and assembled here in America from recycled metals. Luckily precious metals can be recycled without losing any of their important properties. By using recycled metals we could further minimize our environmental impact.

The Benefits of Grown Diamonds

Local: American Grown Diamonds are grown here in the USA and help support our economy. By knowing the origin of your diamond you can be proud to say where it came from.

Ethical Appeal: Our diamonds are extremely eco-friendly compared to the mining process which takes one ton of earth to be removed to extract just one carat of a gem quality diamond. Our diamonds are also 100% conflict free.

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  • 100+’s of Lab Grown Diamonds at your fingertips with a click of a button.

  • Our jewelry is made with lab grown diamond melee so you can offer your customer a finished product. We employ some of the most talented setters in the industry to set our diamonds here in New York.

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How our lab-grown diamonds are grown

At American Grown Diamonds we use Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) to grow beautiful gem quality diamonds in only a few weeks. This process starts with a tiny “diamond seed” which is placed in a sealed tight gas chamber and filled with methane and hydrogen.

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