Making the Call: HPHT Diamonds Offer Long-Lasting High Value

Monday, March 11, 2019 9:07:24 PM America/Los_Angeles

Your dream diamond—one that will hold long-lasting memories—is available at an affordable price thanks to a process that’s called HPHT (High-Pressure, High Temperature). While not exactly a secret, HPHT diamonds are something traditional jewelers don’t always offer to young buyers.


That’s about to change.


Think about it. Different generations have their own ways of making purchases and deciding what to buy. For example: Do your parents still own a telephone land line? If you’re nodding your head, you may be wondering why they need a land line and a cell phone.


In many cases, your parents may still pay for a land line because that’s how it’s always been. It was a tradition, and they can’t let go. Yes, cell phones do everything land lines do—and much more. Many Baby Boomer moms and dads take advantage of cell phones, but it’s not what they grew up accustomed to using.


Like cell phones, HPHT diamonds are new school. These are genuine, gem-quality diamonds that are derived from volcanic sources and mined from the earth. To enhance their color, HPHT diamonds are put through a permanent, non-invasive process to enhance their color.


Not all diamonds that are mined from the ground come out with the dazzling clarity that Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga will wear onstage. After the HPHT process is administered, though, the diamonds look identical—and you can easily pay much less for the same size carat!


It’s possible to pay 35 percent less—and sometimes an even higher percentage—than a diamond that was originally mined with flawless clarity. After the HPHT process, it’s difficult to determine—even under extremely high magnification—any difference between these diamonds and those that have been traditionally marketed and sold.


The short story: If you like nice things but also love to save money, HPHT diamonds are the trend that will do it. These diamonds are value sold for less—and have the durability to last for generations.


When you do decide on your dream diamond, you might want to take a photo of it to text to your parents. Just remember to send it to their cell phone—and not their land line. ♦      "The more you know... the less you pay."


Interested in hearing how Hadar Diamonds can meet your diamond and jewelry needs? Email Gerry at, call 858-737-4862, or text to 619-572-8100.


All potential clients have an opportunity to view diamonds at home: risk-free, no charge, and no obligation to buy. Free FedEx overnight shipping (with insurance). Go to for more information.


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Gerry Hauser