Derived from one of the rarest minerals found in nature, Diamanti ATERNA is a revolutionary Lab Created Diamond Gem like nothing else you have ever laid eyes on. More rare and brilliant than a diamond it captures even the slightest light source transforming it into an intense scintillation of fire and sparkle. With fiery dispersion spectacularly emitted by ATERNA, it rivals any natural gemstone for fire and brilliance.
The less color in a diamond, the more valuable it is. The absolute finest colorless stones range between D to F rating. Colorless diamonds are sought after for their breathtaking purity and radiance. Diamanti ATERNA stones are exclusively created to the top colorless grades for unmatched beauty and striking detail.
|COLOR||D to H||D to Z|
|CLARITY||FL to VVS1||FL to I3|
|CUT||IDEAL||Poor to Ideal|
|CARBON CONTENT||50% Carbon, 50% SiC||100% Carbon|
|RESISTANT TO SCRATCHING||Yes||Yes|
|CAN DULL / FADE||No||No|
|GIA GRADING STANDARDS||Yes||Yes|
|PRICE / CARAT*||$899||$10,000+|
While the ATERNA and Moissanite are both members of the same "Silicon Carbide" family of crystals, the ATERNA's structure, hardness, and optical brilliance outperform Moissanite in every aspect. Aterna offers a pure and clean colorless beauty that rivals Moissanite's near colorless with hints of green/yellow hue's.
Aterna rates at an impressive 9.5 Mohs hardness while moissanite is rated at 9.25 Mohs. The Aterna will not change color under heat! Moissanite will turn a bright yellow upon heating and eventually over multiple times heating, will become more colored in its appearance. The Colorless Aterna are sought after for their breathtaking purity and radiance.
ATERNA Lab Created Gems are perfect for those who seek a truly breathtaking and socially responsible diamond alternative of the highest quality, purity, and rarity. We are proud to offer ATERNA lab-grown gems in a controlled environment, with no environmental impact.
ATERNA Grown gems are a responsible choice for environmentally conscious consumers. Those who aspire to make socially responsible purchasing decisions have concerns regarding “conflict” diamonds.