To brighten the world with compelling, sustainable, and conflict-free diamonds


Ada Diamonds sells the highest quality diamond jewelry through a responsible design and production process. Our mission is to transform fine jewelry with cutting-edge technology, brilliant minds, and an unwavering commitment to excellence.

We create meaningful jewelry pieces using the purest diamonds on Earth, which are created by scientists in state-of-the-art laboratories around the world. Our diamonds represent a paragon of human achievement: utilizing pure science to produce pure brilliance, pure poetry, and represent pure love.

Our values—respect, integrity, innovation, and diversity—are at the heart of both our company and our jewelry.  

Grown from Love.


When we decided to get married in 2011, we were fundamentally against including mined diamonds in the engagement ring that would symbolize our love forever. We set out to create a custom ring that incorporated 100% conflict free, laboratory-grown diamonds. The process was confusing and access to the stones was limited.  We decided to change that. You can read about our journey to build a custom engagement ring on our blog.

We started Ada to help others build beautiful, meaningful diamond jewelry. We have four core principles at Ada: a passion for quality, an enthusiasm for technology, a pledge to give philanthropically with every diamond we sell, and most of all, we believe in fine jewelry that brightens the world, not just the recipient's world. Put another way, we set out to build a luxury jewelry company that makes designs to represent your love in a kind and compassionate way. 

Ada's diamonds are chemically and structurally identical to mined diamonds. Ada does not sell cubic zirconia, moissanite or any other inferior material. We only sell diamonds and ethically sourced gold and platinum. Our diamonds are produced with 21st century technology, rather than stone age technology of digging diamonds out of a massive hole in the ground.  We believe that our diamonds represent the pinnacle of human achievement: producing a beautiful symbol of pure love from pure chemistry. We believe our diamonds are poetic science, a term coined by our namesake, Lady Ada Lovelace.

Today, Ada Diamonds offers made-to-order jewelry with only the best human-created diamonds in the world. We invite you to explore our collection of designs, learn about our custom design process, and schedule a consultation with a member of our friendly Diamond Concierge Team.

-Jason & Lindsay

Ada Diamonds is honored to collaborate with iconic brands to create brilliant art.

Ada has been commissioned by luxury brands to set diamonds in the interiors of supercars, design high jewelry and brilliant accessories, and support exclusive events for their most discerning customers. 

Affinity Partnerships

Ada Diamonds is honored to support international brands, including Rolls-Royce Motor Cars as an Affinity Partner at exclusive events. Some examples of Ada's past support: 

  • Commissioning bespoke diamond jewelry at the request of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars customers
  • Supporting the launch of Black Badge, a permanent bespoke series of motor cars that are the ultimate in pure luxury style and engineering substance
  • Hosting a jewelry boutique at the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars villa during the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
  • Styling Rolls-Royce Motor Cars staff and product specialists at events with both men's and women's high jewelry

Diamond Bespoking

Ada Diamonds proudly offers interior and exterior diamond bespoking for automotive vehicles, yachts, planes, and home decor in both colorless and fancy colored diamonds.

Ada's work was recently featured in a beautiful Agera RS, made by Koenigsegg Automotive. Ada's Fancy Vivid Yellow cultured diamonds spell the vehicle's name, Naraya, in a yellow gold owner's plate. The car was unveiled to the public at Salon Privé 2016 in Oxfordshire, England where it was awarded Most Sensational Supercar. Christian von Koenigsegg, Founder and CEO of Koenigsegg Autotmotive, is well known for pushing the boundaries of technology, design, and sustainability. We are delighted that his pursuit included laboratory-grown diamonds in his breathtaking vehicles.



Ada Diamonds can style women and men in extraordinary pieces of fine diamond jewelry for photo shoots, special events, media opportunities, and trade shows. Ada can fabricate custom pieces for the event, including fancy colored diamonds, intricate designs, and large center stones up to 6 carats.

Ada's stunning lab grown diamond jewelry was recently featured in a photo shoot for Nobleman Magazine and the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars 103EX Vision Autonomous Concept Car. To learn more about including Ada's fine jewelry in your special event, please email


Future Partnerships

Ada Diamonds continues to work with luxury brands to create beautiful works of art to last a lifetime. These innovative partnerships push the boundaries of science and art. What will you create with the world's best diamonds?

To learn more about how Ada Diamonds can support your next luxury event, please email Follow @AdaDiamonds on Instagram and Facebook for exclusive details of our current partnerships, media from collaborative events, and future launches of additional partnerships.

Ada saw a beautiful future in technology.

Lady Ada Lovelace

Lady Ada Lovelace

Ada Diamonds is named in honor of August Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, an audacious and brilliant 19th century mathematician, mother, musician, socialite, and computer scientist who was affectionately known as the Enchantress of Numbers. Lady Lovelace was a preeminent scholar in London, who regularly collaborated with and challenged other luminaries such at Charles Babbage, Michael Faraday, Charles Dickens, and Charles Darwin. She is widely credited as the world's first computer programmer for her work to calculate Fibonacci Numbers on Babbage's Analytical Engine. 

Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine

Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine

In Babbage's computer, Ada saw the future. She saw the potential to not only improve mathematics and manufacturing, but to also create art, music, and advanced symbolic logic. In her letters, Ada wrote that "we may say most aptly that the Analytical Engine weaves algebraic patterns just as the Jacquard-loom weaves flowers and leaves” and that it “holds a position wholly its own ... A new, a vast, and a powerful language is developed for the future”. She later envisioned the ability to generate beautiful art with the computer: “Supposing, for instance, that the fundamental relations of pitched sounds in the science of harmony and of musical composition were susceptible of such expression and adaptations, the Engine might compose elaborate and scientific pieces of music of any degree of complexity or extent.”

The Enchantress of Numbers. The world's first computer programmer.

In a letter to Faraday, Babbage praised Ada as "that Enchantress who has thrown her magical spell around the most abstract of Sciences and has grasped it with a force that few masculine intellects (in our own country at least) could have exerted over it." In other correspondence, a male colleague praised Ada for "her mathematical powers, and of her peculiar capability—higher he said than of any one he knew, to prepare the descriptions connected with his calculating machine.” 

Daughter of a mathematician and a poet, the Honourable Augusta Ada Byron was born in 1815, in London. In 1835, she married William, 8th Baron King, and became Lady Ada King. In 1838, King became the 1st Earl of Lovelace and Ada became The Right Honourable The Countess of Lovelace. She signed herself “Augusta Ada Lovelace” or “AAL”, and now we just call her Ada Lovelace. She had three children with William: Byron, Anne Isabella and Ralph Gordon. Tragically, she died in 1852, at 36 years old, due to uterine cancer and complications arising from bloodletting by her physicians.

Ada Diamonds is honored to have such a powerful scholar, mother, and visionary as our namesake. Her vision of "poetic science" inspires us to create pure science, pure diamonds, and pure poetry every day. We are proud to support initiatives in her honor to advance computing and women in STEM such as the Lovelace Medal and Ada Lovelace Day as part of our Sixth Element Program. Read more about Lady Ada Lovelace.