Hara Diamond, one of the leading supplier, exporter, and wholesaler of Lab Grown / Synthetic polished Diamonds. Our mentors and motivators are our elders who been in to Diamond manufacturing business since 25 years involving in natural diamond polishing and trading. Also major supplier of Optics and Parts for Diamond cutting & marking Laser machineries with brand name of Jwalin Laser Technology. We are here to approach Hara Diamond, brand with Integrity and Reliance for only segment of pure & best quality Lab Grown polished diamonds trading.
We have a state of the art diamond polishing factory with latest technology and equipment in Surat, Gujarat India. Our master diamond cutters have years of experience to cut and polish rough stones into beautiful and sparkling Lab Gown Polished Diamonds. We are ready to serve any demand of customer in matter of size, cut, clarity and any quantity instantly. Our major valuable customers are from USA, China and UAE.
By joining hands with us, you are not only doing business but also you are doing financial contribution in society for noble cause. We are dedicated and bound ethically to share our revenue with Smit Foundation which is NGO, work for awareness and treatment of special child who suffer from Cerebral Palsy (permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood).
High-Pressure High-Temperature, or HPHT, recreates a diamond's Natural growing environment found deep within the Earth. The growth cell contains all the elements needed to grow a diamond, including a seed, highly refined graphite and a catalyst mixture consisting of metals and powders. This process takes place over several days and allows the carbon atoms to build upon the seed. The cell is removed from the HPHT machine once the growth cycle is complete. The new rough diamond is extracted and cleaned in preparation for final cutting and polishing.
The CVD process uses ultra-pure carbon-rich gasses in a controlled chamber. Carbon based gasses, such as methane, are heated until they break apart allowing the carbon atoms within the gas to separate. These tiny carbon atoms fall onto a diamond substrate and build up layers resulting in a rough diamond crystal. This process takes between six to ten weeks and yields gem-grade, Type lla diamonds.
Lab-grown diamonds are 30 to 40 % less expensive than mined diamonds. An increased number of the new generation is embracing this ethical choice as they are bigger, better and value for money.
Hara diamonds have no carbon emission, and cause no damage to the surface of the Earth. Our grown diamonds are environmentally friendly and have no negative ecological impact. No lives have ever been lost or wars funded to bring this beautiful gemstone to you.
Mined Diamonds are essentially composed of pure carbon. But many diamonds contain traces of impurities such as nitrogen or boron, acquired during the course of formation. Those diamonds that contain little or no impurities are Type IIA diamonds. Less than 2% of mined diamonds are Type IIA and hence are the purest & rarest form of diamonds. All our colorless Lab grown diamonds are Type IIA.
Hara diamonds are the sum of our integrity and shared knowledge. When you purchase a diamond from us, you receive it directly from us the producer. There are no intermediaries and no risks.
We are a one-stop shop for lab created diamonds and offer all sizes, shapes, colors & clarities. Our huge & high tech infrastructure and stock inventory allows us to offer guaranteed, fully assorted or mix loose diamond stock for our retail & wholesale partners.
We are exporting our diamond in all major countries like USA, Canada, UK, China, Russia, Belgium, UAE etc.
Just like mined diamonds, every grown diamond is examined by expert gemologists to provide the most rigorous assessment of the four Cs.
Cut measures workmanship. The cut is what reflects luminous light, brightness, dispersion, contrast and scintillation. Precision craftsmanship in our master studio assure Super Ideal cut.
Colorlessness is a quality. Color is graded by letters ranging from D to Z, starting with D for most rare & colorless diamonds.