This season’s hottest engagement trend? Diamonds made with sunlight

Solar Diamonds are responsibly created by harnessing the sun’s energy (Pictured: Mayfair Sun Diamond Ring)

Engagement. This is one of the most exciting and emotional stages in our lives.

The obscurity and secrecy surrounding popping the question means a lot of important decisions have to be made before he even gets down on one knee.

Choosing the right ring to symbolize your love can seem quite a daunting task as there are so many things to consider: Are you choosing a custom design? Where do you find the right jeweler? And lately, where does such an important jewel come from?

Diamonds have long been associated with the happiest moments in people’s lives. However, in recent years the jewelry industry has undergone a revolution with the introduction of lab-grown diamonds.

As people shop smarter, they are increasingly becoming the piece of jewelry everyone wants to know about.

Gemstones share the same chemical composition, luster and luster like their buried brothers and sisters (On the picture: Sun Diamond Solitaire Ring)
Emily from Fenton says customers “literally can’t tell them apart” (Pictured: Solitaire Solar Diamond ring)

Modern luxury jeweler Fenton introduced Solar Diamonds to the market as a fully sustainable diamond that offers the best value, quality and responsible sourcing. And the best part? They are made of sunlight!

Following their launch, customers often admit to being impressed, with Emily from the Concierge team saying:

“Many curious customers come to see our sun diamonds, expecting to notice the differences between them and mined diamonds. I’m constantly told that once they see them in person, they literally can’t tell them apart after all!’

Here’s everything you need to know about sun diamonds and why they should be at the top of your list…

So… what exactly are sun diamonds?

Solar diamonds are grown using energy from the sun. They are completely eco-friendly, renewable and sustainable, unlike other lab-grown diamonds.

According to Fenton, only about five percent of lab-grown diamonds use clean and renewable energy, others still use fossil fuels, making it impossible to justify whether you want to invest in an environmentally conscious piece of jewelry.

Securing a future for your legacy by using renewable energy to grow diamonds (On the picture: Sun Diamond Trilogy Ring)

Because Fenton only supplies solar-grown diamonds, they are one of the first and only jewelers today to offer a fully sustainable and responsible alternative to mined diamonds.

Can you tell the difference?

If a diamond isn’t mined, is it still a diamond?

Yes, sun diamonds are real diamonds, chemically identical with the same composition, hardness, luster and luster, and are officially recognized diamonds by the Gemological Institute of America.

With every diamond created, they are measured by the same four C’s – Cut, Clarity, Carat and Color.

Each Sun Diamond is inspected by a member of the Fenton team to ensure their high quality standards are met.

how much are they

At a fraction of the cost of mined diamonds, you get all the benefits of a gorgeous piece of jewelry with Solar Diamonds.

They say price is the fifth of the four “C’s” when it comes to choosing a diamond, so if you’re in a pinch, you want a way to get better value without compromising on quality.

Don’t let the cost of living get in the way of love – sun diamonds are a fraction of the cost (Pictured: Solar Diamond Cushion Trilogy Ring)

If you compare a one carat diamond, a sun diamond would start at £2,500, while a mined diamond would cost over £5,500 in today’s market.

You can also make the ring your own with Fenton with their helpful customization tools. Choose your ideal metal, ring style, carat weight and cut to create your dream ring while the price updates automatically.

Why are they a more responsible choice?

Choosing a sun diamond is not only a greener choice, but also a more ethically transparent one.

The jewelery industry has a long, murky history of exploitation and it is difficult to trace the true origin of mined diamonds because they change hands so many times before they even reach the UK.

With Solar Diamonds, you know exactly where they come from.

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These sunburst diamond rings made her say YES!

Once they’ve popped the questions, brides-to-be just can’t get enough of their prized dresses—many of them made just for them.

From the high praise in these customer stories, it’s clear that Fenton sun diamonds are just another reason to say yes to the ring…

Sunlight has a lot of sentimental value to us as we love sunrises and sunsets. I thought she would love the idea of ​​a ring created through solar energy.

– Dilpeche and partner.

I was quite nervous about investing in something I hadn’t seen. From the moment I saw it, I was blown away by its quality, size and shine. I knew right away that she would love it.

– Jeff Noon and partner Amy-J.


When we started looking for an engagement ring, we had a tight budget, but I also had a clear vision of what I wanted. That way I could get the design I wanted with diamonds in the size I wanted.

– Emily Nelson and partner.

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