State of the Art Technologies

Our diamonds are produced mastering two cutting-edge technologies that enable us to anticipate and fullfil the new demands for tailor-made diamonds.

They open new perspectives in science and in technologies since their properties are unmatched by natural diamonds.

High Pressure High Temperature

This technique is similar to the formation of diamond into Earth’s soil.
Deep underground, pressure and temperature are such that graphite is transformed into diamond in a nearly thermodynamically stable process.
Diamond produced with this technique are particularly suited to jewellery applications.

Chemical Vapour Deposition

Another way to form diamond is to bring carbon through so called precursors, mostly small hydrocarbon molecules. The precursors are decomposed within a plasma ignited in a vacuum chamber, releasing the carbon atoms that feed a pre-existing diamond called a seed. These diamonds can be ultra-pure, particularly suited to semiconductor applications.