Our Mission

Our mission is to provide customers with the highest quality lab grown diamonds at the lowest prices. Lab grown diamonds are certified as carbon neutral, so you don't have to worry about your carbon footprint when looking for your next statement piece. As we only have one planet, we strongly believe that the use of recycled materials is the best way to take care of our earth. This allows us to provide you with the highest quality jewellery at an affordable price.


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Dove Diamonds makes searching for the perfect earrings a breeze, with our gorgeous selection of women’s studs, hoops, huggies and dangles. From bold styles to simple pieces, we guarantee you’ll find “The One”.

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Diamond Bracelets

Look for that beloved piece with our assortment of bracelets. From Diamond Tennis and Padlock to Fine Link Diamond Bracelets. Whether it’s white, yellow or rose gold, there’s something to suit your style.

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Lab-Grown Diamonds are Eco-Friendly

James Brown | 2 April 2020

Mined diamonds might look pretty, but boy do they wreak havoc on the environment. For starters, they require huge machinery and explosives, which dig deep into the earth, disturb habitats, pollute the water, render the land unusable, and create literal tons of mineral waste. That’s not to mention energy and water usage, carbon emissions, occasional disasters, or the release of harmful gases like Sulphur oxide.

Here’s the full breakdown. Traditionally mined diamonds produce over 125 pounds of carbon per carat, while lab-grown diamonds generate just 6 pounds of carbon per carat. Mined diamonds also produce over 30 pounds of Sulphur oxide while lab-grown diamonds produce none. In total, air emissions on a single carat of a mined diamond are 1.5 billion times higher than those of a lab-grown one. Moving into water and energy usage, a mined diamond consumes more than 126 gallons of water.

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James Brown | 2 April 2020

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James Brown | 25 April 2020