Decorative Diamond (DD)
Decorative Diamond coatings are synthesized at temperatures between 700°C and 900°C utilizing gases such as methane and hydrogen. In this way millions of small Diamond crystals grow together in the form of a plate and create a brilliantly reflecting surface. Depending on the incidence of light and purity, the reflections and colour change. Decorative Diamond is also interesting for the jewellery industry, as it can be cut into any possible two-dimensional shape. Typical applications are watch dials, hands and similar applications.