Baribault Jewelers is the number one engagement and bridal jewelry destination in New England. We offer natural diamonds and lab-grown diamonds of the highest quality, with expert guidance from our in-store team of trusted advisors.
Every B Lab diamond is GIA-certified in-house and laser inscribed with our B Lab signature for identification
For maximum brightness, every B Lab diamond is F color or better, known as a colorless diamond
B Lab diamonds are guaranteed VS2 clarity or better, with no inclusions visible to the naked eye
We offer only the highest cut grades in the industry for the best sparkle and performance
While lab diamonds are a great choice for many buyers, not all lab diamonds are created equal. At Baribault Jewelers, we want our clients to feel confident knowing they’re getting the highest quality possible for the best price.
B Lab diamonds are created using the CVD process, resulting in lab diamonds that are physically and chemically identical to natural diamonds. Chemical vapor deposition allows for a much higher level of control over the final product, resulting in diamonds with fewer flaws and better clarity.
Choosing a diamond, whether it’s for your engagement ring or any other piece of jewelry is a personal and important decision. At Baribault Jewelers, we believe that the best diamond is the one that’s most meaningful to you, and want to make you feel confident in your choice.
Lab diamonds are significantly more affordable than natural diamonds, though what matters most is the quality you’re getting for the price. Whether you’re shopping for natural or lab diamonds, it’s possible to overpay if you’re not sure what questions to ask or who to look to for guidance. Our trusted advisors are here to help you select the diamond that will maximize your budget based on what’s most important to you.
Natural diamonds are mined, cut and priced based on clarity, carat (weight), cut and color. Lab diamonds are created in a lab using a process that’s chemically identical to the way natural diamonds are created, but are not mined from the earth. They’re priced using the same criteria as natural diamonds, and can also be GIA-certified.
Ultimately, whether you go for a natural or lab-created diamond is a matter of personal preference. Both types of diamonds have their own unique properties, as well as their own pros and cons. Most importantly, keep in mind what matters to you. No friend, family member, or jeweler should make you feel pressured one way or another.