Benefits of Moissanite

Bigger stones for less

Moissanite is significantly lower in price than diamonds of the same carat weight.

Durable to last a lifetime

Moissanite is ranked highly on the Mohs scale of hardness and easily stands up to everyday wear.

Exceptional sparkle

Moissanite's double refraction creates mesmerizing, radiant, rainbow flashes by bending light effectively.


What is moissanite?

Moissanite, a mineral composed of silicon carbide, holds a celestial charm, earning it the moniker "the gemstone from the stars." Discovered in 1893 within a meteorite by chemist Henri Moissan, its true nature was later unveiled in 1904. Though initially rare, geologists unearthed natural moissanite in Wyoming and Russia in the late 1950s, outside meteorites. Today, lab-grown moissanite offers an eco-conscious alternative to mined diamonds, crafted with precision in controlled environments, making it increasingly popular in jewelry, particularly as the focal point in engagement rings.

Is moissanite a diamond?

While Moissanite shares some characteristics with diamonds, it is not a diamond. Moissanite is a gemstone in its own right, possessing its own unique set of chemical and optical properties, and known for its brilliance and durability.

What is the difference between moissanite, lab-grown diamond, and diamond?

Moissanite, lab-grown diamonds, and natural diamonds differ in their origin and composition. Moissanite is silicon carbide, lab-grown diamonds are chemically identical to mined diamonds but created in a controlled environment, while natural diamonds form deep within the Earth over millions of years.

Moissanite also boasts a higher refractive index and differs in hardness, ranking at 9.25-9.5 on the Mohs scale compared to diamonds' 10.

Does moissanite change color over time?

Moissanite's color does not change over time. It maintains its brilliance and color intensity throughout its lifetime, making it a durable and attractive gemstone option.

How do experts grade moissanite?

Gemologists certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) evaluate our Moissanites based on its color, cut, clarity, and carat weight, similar to how diamonds are graded. Trained grading specialists examine each Moissanite using a 10x jeweler's loupe to spot any inclusions that could impact its quality.

How do I take care of moissanite?

To care for Moissanite, clean it regularly with mild soap and warm water using a soft brush, just as you would for diamonds or any other precious gemstone. Avoid harsh chemicals and store it separately from other jewelry to prevent scratches and damage.

Does moissanite come in different colors?

Moissanite comes in different colors, including colorless (DEF), near-colorless (GHI), and fancy colors like yellow, green, and blue. These variations offer a wide range of options to suit different preferences and styles.

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