What are Asha Simulated Diamonds
Asha simulated diamonds, simply, are simulated diamonds that have some of the carbon bonds found in natural diamonds. Asha diamonds belong to the cubic zirconia family and have dispersion and brilliance found in diamonds. Yet, when we examined an Asha synthetic diamond with a 10 power loupe and diamond microscope, we did see too much dispersion, or color, so we were able to see that it was a simulated diamond.
Clarity Enhanced Diamonds
Clarity Enhanced Diamonds vs Asha Diamonds
As we have discussed in past blogs, lab created diamonds have too much color, or dispersion, and this is the case with Asha diamonds. Asha diamonds, like Moissanite and cubic zirconia , have too much color and dispersion. We do not like Asha diamonds or lab created diamonds because they do not have any resale value. So before you purchase these, ask the store, or site, what the resale value is of a synthetic or lab created diamond. Can you trade up from this to a natural diamond
How do I Choose Between Asha Simulants or Clarity Enhanced Diamonds
We do understand there are so many synthetic choices available for you to purchase. We always recommend