While colorless zircon was considered a convincing substitute of diamond for centuries before cubic zirconia or moissanite appeared in the market, all other colors were enjoyed in their own merit thanks to its high dispersion.
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Predictions are that lab grown diamonds will keep adding market share. Annual growth as a category is stated to be approximately 20%. No doubt the biggest factor in its success is simply the price.
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