STAR CARAT DIAMOND

Because One is Never Enough

ABOUT STAR CARAT DIAMONDS

SK Jewellery’s Star Carat Diamonds are a collection of lab grown diamonds created with more than 60 years of intensive research & development. Each Star Carat Diamond possesses the same chemical, optical and physical properties as conventional diamonds. In addition, less than 2% of mined diamonds found in nature have the same exceptional purity as a Star Carat Diamond. Shop our exquisite selection of Star Carat Diamonds in-stores in Singapore or online now!

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SAME BUDGET, BIGGER DIAMOND

Owning a one carat or bigger carat diamond is now possible. Lab grown diamonds are priced as much as 50% lower than mined diamonds of similar specifications. With the same budget, you can now get a bigger diamond or more than one. With a much affordable price range and a variety of shapes and colours such as Fancy, Halo, Pavé, Classic solitaire, and Blue and Pink diamonds, you no longer need to settle for just one diamond. One is never enough when it comes to Star Carat Diamonds.

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INTERNATIONALLY CERTIFIED

Star Carat Diamonds are graded based on the same criteria as mined diamonds, which is the 4Cs - Cut, Clarity, Colour and Carat. 

Each of these characteristics must be considered when choosing a Star Carat Diamond. The cut of a diamond determines its shape and proportion, which then affects how the diamond reflects light. The clarity of a Star Carat Diamond is judged on the number of blemishes or inclusions present. The fewer inclusions, the higher the clarity grade. The colour of a Star Carat Diamond is judged on a scale from D (no hue) to Z (a yellow-hued diamond). A diamond with no hue is rarer and deemed more valuable. Finally, carat is how much a Star Carat Diamond weighs.

Most diamonds are recognised internationally and certified by the International Gemological Institution (IGI). Star Carat Diamonds  are also 3EX (triple excellent) diamonds that have been cut with superior craftsmanship and achieve a grade of Excellence in its proportion, polish and symmetry, with optimum brilliance and scintillation.

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SUSTAINABLY CREATED

In a world where sustainability is becoming increasingly important, lab-grown diamonds are a shining example of how humans can work with nature, rather than against it. 

Our Star Carat Diamonds are sustainably grown with no mining from the Earth ground, then cut and polished to exacting standards internationally. They have a much smaller carbon footprint and require far fewer natural resources to produce. So when you choose a lab grown diamond, have a peace of mind knowing that you're making a choice that's good for the planet. 

With 30 years of expertise in jewellery craft and strong retail presence island-wide, you can be assured that each of our Star Carat Diamond is a high quality diamond.

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NEW DIAMOND ALTERNATIVE

A diamond goes beyond just wedding engagements, and now you can choose Star Carat Diamond for all occasions. Whether you are purchasing as a gift, celebrating an achievement, passing it down to the next generation or simply wearing it to match an outfit, Star Carat Diamond is a new choice for you to make.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Star Carat Diamonds

Are synthetic lab grown diamonds real diamonds?

Synthetic lab grown diamonds are real diamonds because the process of growing a mined diamond in the earth’s core is replicated in the lab. This offers you manufactured diamonds with the same chemical, physical and optical properties as mined diamonds; the only difference lies in the origin of the diamond. You’ll be offered the same unrivalled brilliance at a fraction of the cost. Read SK Jewellery’s guide to lab grown diamond rings to find out how they are made.

Why do synthetic lab grown diamonds not undergo discoloration?

Similar to conventional mined diamonds, lab grown diamonds such as the Star Carat Diamond are real diamonds that do not change colour or get cloudy over time. However, to preserve the longevity of its brilliance, it’s best to care for your diamonds every six months using our Jewellery Care Guide.

Some ways to care for your diamonds include storing them separately in fabric-lined bags to reduce possible damage. When cleaning the lab grown diamond, soak in a bowl of warm water mixed with a few drops of gentle soap liquid. Proceed to brush the diamond surface gently with a soft toothbrush and dry with a lint-free cloth.

How do I tell the difference between synthetic lab grown diamonds and naturally mined diamonds?

As mined and lab grown diamonds are physically and chemically the same, they offer the same brilliance; you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between them. Lab grown and mined diamonds share the same colour, inclusions and clarity.

With the same chemical properties, the value of mined and lab grown diamonds are determined by the same 4Cs: cut, colour, clarity and carat. Most lab grown diamonds are certified by IGI (International Gemological Institute) or GIA (The Gemological Institute of America).

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What is the difference between a synthetic lab grown diamond, moissanite and cubic zirconia?

Lab grown diamonds are real diamonds with the same crystal structure as mined diamonds. Moissanite and cubic zirconia are not diamonds but diamond simulants.

While they may seem visually similar to diamonds, moissanite and cubic zirconia do not have carbon atoms – they do share the same chemical and physical properties as lab grown diamonds. As such, moissanite and cubic zirconia are considered less valuable than both mined and synthetic lab grown diamonds.

Other than diamonds like Star Carat Diamonds, SK Jewellery also has a wide collection of gold such as 916 gold, 999 gold, white and rose gold as well as jade, pearl, and gemstones jewellery.