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Lab-grown eco-friendly diamonds exposed in Paris

PARIS: Historic Vendôme Square here was the venue where lab-produced eco-friendly diamonds were recently exposed.

Manuel Mallen who co-founded Courbet in 2018, briefed the guests on eco-friendly diamonds that the company produces in the laboratories.

Jewelry is crafted by utilizing gold used in electronic devices such as mobile phones and computers.

Manuel Mallen held that the jewelry houses on the Vendôme Square knew that their products had damaged the environment and the time had come for change.

He informed that  to get one carat diamond, two hundred and fifty tons have to be mined, about the weight of three Airbus planes.

Environmentally friendly diamonds produced by Courbet in the laboratory have essentially the same optical, physical and chemical properties as mined diamonds.

Models exhibited lab-grown diamonds on the occasion.

PARIS: Visitors keenly observed and learned about the gems produced by means of new eco-friendly technology.

Sahibzada Ateeq

Sahibzada Ateeq, Correspondent, Paris.