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“Diamond’s best alternative “

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The synthetic moissanite… Created in the laboratory this silicium carbide is formed by growth in vapour phase by sublimation, on a germ, to 2200 °c (modified LeLy process). Marketed in 1998 in the USA it was one of the most expensive synthetic stones. For some years it has been found at competitive prices. Today with […]

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“The fabrication of synthetic stones”

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To start creating these synthetic stones, studying natural stones was important: -Their condition of formation -Their chemical composition -Their structure And then develop technical means that will be used to manufacture them, knowing that these technologies are constantly evolving. The needs of the industry have played an important role in the development of synthetic stones. […]

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“Human exploitation”

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RESPECT FOR HUMAN AND CHILD RIGHTS The Declaration on the Rights of the Child was adopted by the League of Nations in 1924 and the United Nations in 1959. The right of the child relates to the right of each child to be respected. This includes: Protect children from all forms of sexual exploitation or […]

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“The environment in all this”

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This is where one of the flagship marketing elements comes in for these “environmentally synthesized” stones. Mining operations have a significant impact on the environment and the health of people living near these sites. In fact, mining activity can unbalance natural environments in several ways: -by the transformation of landscapes -Solid waste deposits the discharge […]

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“Why synthetic stones?”

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It should be known that the stones synthesized are not false stones or vulgar imitations. Remember they have the same properties as the natural stones they replace except that they “grow” in the laboratory and do not come out of the earth. A few years ago these stones fueled the market of the industry but […]

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“To start here are some important definitions”

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Natural Stone: (Fine and precious stones) materials that form naturally * without human intervention or transformation other than size. (* Geological training: done by nature) Example: Gemstones: Diamond, ruby, emerald, Sapphire Fine Stones:  : Aigues-Marine, topaz, tourmaline… We often talk about semi-precious stone, this term is incorrect and to banish, it is not said: On […]