Moissanite Rings

Moissanite rings are a very beautiful, classy, elegant and affordable alternative to diamond rings. Though some people feel that nothing symbolizes love like a diamond, most people can not tell the difference between moissanite rings and a diamond rings.

If you are concerned about the price of diamonds, the violence surrounding diamonds, or worried about finding out if the diamond you buy will be filled or fake, Moissanite is our first choice as a diamond replacement.


Care and History

    Moissanite is very durable. It has a hardness rating of 9.25.

    Protect moissanite rings from scratches, sharp blows, and harsh chemicals. Moissanite is NOT as heat sensitive as most gemstones. This means resetting stones in a moissanite ring is much easier.

    Clean moissanite with a soft cloth or with a ultrasonic cleaner.

    Moissanite originally came from a meteroite in Arizona 50,000 years ago. Moissanite has not been found in large enough quantities naturally to be used for jewelry. So, moissanite used in jewelry is grown in labs. It is named after Dr. Henri Moissan the French Nobel Prize winner who discovered it. Most, if not all, mossanite on the market is lab created by Charles and Colvard.

    Due to the extreme luster, durability and heat resistance of moissanite, it is expected to replace diamonds in bridal rings for decades to come. It has more luster than diamond and doesn't look like the fake stone that CZ does.

    Moissanite is beautiful enough to be used as a fake diamond or imitation diamond. However, most stones do have a slight green or greyish tint. However, unlike Cubic Zirconia (CZ) it does not get cloudy over time.

    Moissanite healing properties are yet to be discovered. Wear it for yourself and find out how it feels for you and how it affects your life.

Moissanite Jokes

    Smiley What is the wettest stone you know?


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