What is moissanite
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The story of Moissanite
In the early years of the 19th century
Henry Moissan discovered a naturally occurring mineral silicon carbide, while exploring a meteorite crater in Arizona.
This remarkable gemstone later became known as Moissanite, named after the scientist who discovered it
He tirelessly tried to recreate this stunning gem in a lab
Moissanite is the jewel of the future
Moissanite has more brilliance, fire and lustre than any other jewel.
Moissanite has an astonishing refractive index, measuring in at a 2.691, which is higher than a diamond.
This means that moissanite’s chemical structure and unique faceting enable it to slow down, bend and reflect light better than other gemstones.
Similarly, its fire dispersion (measured at a 0.104) allows the gemstone
to split light as it passes through the stone, making a rainbow-like effect
Moissanite gems are tough and durable, making them extremely resistant to breaking and chipping.
Also, moissanite is second only to a diamond in hardness, which means it is great for jewelry worn on a daily basis.
While Compare with Diamond,Moissanite is more cost-effective and affordable
Moissanite will last a lifetime and never change appearance, always maintaining its brilliance, fire and beauty.
After years of research and advancement in technology
the quality of Moissanite has vastly improved.
Consumers now have more choice with the recent arrival of our exclusive fancy colors Moissanite
Moissanite is on the leading edge of Beauty, Value, Innovation and Social Responsibility.
When people discover and learn about the benefits of Moissanite it becomes evident that it is a smart purchase.
The growing awareness of Moissanite will undoubtedly make Moissanite the jewel of the future.
Moissanite is a great alternative gem that is less expensive than mined stone.
You can get a much larger size stone without paying a hefty price.
Without a doubt, moissanite is the best bang for your buck!