British lab-grown diamond brand enters bespoke engagement ring market

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British lab-grown diamond brand enters bespoke engagement ring market

British lab-grown diamond jewellery brand Lark & Berry has launched a collection of direct-to-consumer engagement ring options to meet increasing customer demand.

With this launch, Lark & Berry claims it will be the very first brand in the world to offer diamonds for engagement rings made in the UK with 100% renewable energy.

The British brand is entering the bespoke engagement ring market after endless requests from clients across the globe

Lark & Berry founder, Laura Chavez, says: “Basically, right since our launch in 2018, luxury fans have been asking us for engagement rings.

“At Lark & Berry, we very much champion cultured diamonds jewellery as the ‘now’ option that allows independent women and men to gift themselves — but of course, when wedding bells begin to chime in our fans’ lives, we want to be there for them, as they have demanded, to give them the exact cultured diamonds rings they desire to complement their everlasting love for their partners.”

“For these new cultured diamond engagement rings, I’m thrilled to announce that our customers can choose diamonds made in a UK lab that grows them with 100% renewable energy. It’s amazing to see that diamond labs are always moving to become the most sustainable they can be, and it is only a matter of time before all labs use most if not all of their energy from renewable sources. This debunks the argument that a lab grown diamond produces more carbon emissions than mining for one does; an argument the mining industry has been trying to push recently.

“A cultured diamond will always be the most sustainable, ethical and eco-friendly option when it comes to diamonds.”

Lark & Berry’s new engagement rings will be available online, in its Marylebone, London flagship store as well as by appointment in the Central district of Hong Kong.

The British brand will be working with clients to make bespoke pieces adorned with lab-grown stones and crafted in various precious metals.

Stone sizes will range from 0.5ct to 5cts, with prices set to be around £1,950 for a 0.5ct ring and £3,850 for a 1ct piece.

Customers can choose from a wide variety of different cuts ranging from the classic round to princess, emerald and cushion cuts among others.

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