How To Make Magic With Lab-Grown Gems



In a bid to find sustainable solutions for a historically destructive industry, Anabela Chan makes jewelry from lab-grown gems and recycled metals. The result? Nature-inspired ornaments worn by the likes of Rihanna and Taylor Swift.

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13 thoughts on “How To Make Magic With Lab-Grown Gems”

  1. I hope these technologies don't get monopolized by few companies in few countries to keep the prices in check. Make the barrier to entry cheaper, sell these carbon capture and methane ovens machines to all countries.

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