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A sparkling shooting star
Moissanite is a remarkable stone quickly gaining popularity among jewelry lovers worldwide. What sets Moissanite apart from other stones is its double refraction; it sparkles even more than a diamond and is incredibly durable. Moissanite is also unique in that it is one of the few stones that does not lose its brilliance over time. While diamonds may fade and Moissanite will not, making it a wise investment for those looking for timeless jewelry.
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It's sparklier than everything
Moissanite is a tough gemstone, ranking just below diamonds on the Mohs Scale of Hardness. That makes it resistant to scratches and wear and will keep its lustrous shine for years and even centuries. Moissanite is also an extremely clear and bright gemstone, with few inclusions or blemishes. Moissanite is so hard that it can be cut into any gemstone shape or size without sacrificing quality. In short, Moissanite is an excellent choice if you're looking for a beautiful and long-lasting gemstone.
Should we compare it
To a diamond
Moissanite and diamond are beautiful stones used in jewelry for centuries. However, there is a significant difference between these two stones when you examine them from a geological perspective. Moissanite is made of silica and carbon, while diamonds are made of pure carbon. Moissanite is naturally occurring and can, as a diamond, be created in a lab. Moissanite is just as durable as a diamond and is brighter and more sparkly than a diamond. For these reasons, Moissanite is an excellent alternative to diamonds.
Is it a diamond simulant or
Is it even more rare
Moissanite is often compared to diamonds because of its similar appearance. However, Moissanite is not a fake diamond or a diamond simulant. Instead, it is a natural and extremely rare gemstone that is so difficult to find that most Moissanite stones on the market today are designed by jewelers and created in a lab. Moissanite was discovered after a meteorite crash in Arizona in 1893 and named after the finder Henri Moissan. Moissanite is an eco-friendly and affordable alternative to diamonds that is just as beautiful, if not more beautiful.