WHAT IS A DIAMOND
The natural diamond is pure native crystalized carbon formed under very high temperatures and pressures. These conditions occur in limited zones of earth’s mantle about 90 miles under the earth surface. Diamonds formed (up to 3,9 billion years ago) and stored in these “diamond stability zones” are delivered to earth’s surface during deep-source volcanic eruptions. During this long formations, natural inclusions or flaws could appear in the diamond. Most of these inclusions will never appear in synthetic diamonds, which are machinery made.