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Every girl dreams of getting a simple but beautiful engagement ring. We are sure that each couple is as unique as your romantic story. We understand the value of the moment and make sure that you receive the best service and quality. That is why we strive to make the buying process as simple as possible.


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Reasons for popularity of Moissanite Rings in 2021

Moissanite is an artificial stone, it is often used in jewelry, and it is moissanite that serves as a great budget replacement for real diamonds. In terms of its characteristics, it is a full analog of diamonds, which have the same optical properties (and the same isotropic properties) as natural diamonds. What is the difference between a diamond and a moissanite rings? Moissanite is so good that diagnosing them is a task for a serious laboratory. It is almost impossible to tell a Moissanite from a diamond by sight. Even a yellowish hue is no indication that this is moissanite, as there are quite a few natural diamonds with yellow color.

What is natural moissanite?


Natural moissanite is a very rare mineral. Its quantity in nature is so small that it is impossible to produce jewelry out of it. It is impossible to find moissanite engagement rings with natural stones. In addition to the color of natural moissanite is usually green or black, its synthetic
analog can be of any color. However, when making moissanite rings jewelers mostly use colorless stones to make them look as similar to diamonds as possible. Natural moissanite can be found only in corundum, kimberlite, and some meteorites. We can also call this mineral a cosmic mineral. It is found in dust clouds formed from carbon. For example, a study of the Murchison meteorite (total weight 108 kilograms, fell Sept. 28, 1969, near the village Murchison (Victoria, Australia) prompted scientists to conclude that the silicon carbide in its composition was formed far outside the solar system.

 ◦  The Canyon Diablo meteorite fell many thousands of years ago in the U.S. state of Arizona. In 1893, French chemist Ferdinand Frederic Henri Moisson began to actively study, and later the mineral was named after him Moissanite.

 ◦  The formula for producing the synthetic counterpart was patented by Edward Goodrich Acheson on February 28, 1893. He invented powdered silicon carbide (SiC), and as a result, not only did he establish large-scale production of carborundum, but he also invented the furnace in which the synthetic material is still produced today.

 ◦ The hardness of this material is 9.25 on the Mohs scale, which is close to the diamond - 10-unit hardness benchmark.

 ◦ The index of refraction of Moissanite is 2.69, which is 0.25 higher than that of diamonds. The dispersion, which is responsible for the play of light, is also higher than that of diamonds: moissanite has 0.104, and diamonds have 0.044.

 ◦ The price of moissanite is around $400-600 for one carat, compared to a diamond $6,000-10,000 carat.

What is  Moissanite Engagement Rings

The use of moissanite in jewelry began in 1976. Nowadays, these jewelry pieces are called moissanite vintage engagement rings. But the quality of the jewels is of course not up to the modern level. The first ones that were created in the laboratories of private companies were not completely transparent. In 1987, a stone was created whose numerical parameters were close to those of today. In 1998, the method of making colorless Moissanites was officially patented and named sublimation. This technology is still used today to produce the most beautiful and high-quality moissanite. Today's moissanite rings are very different from those produced more than forty-five years ago. Beautiful specimens are being grown in laboratories. You can easily find moissanite engagement rings with 1 carat, 3-carat moissanite engagement rings at a very favorable price.

Where to buy moissanite rings?

We at One2ThreeJewelry have tried to create a variety of moissanite engagement rings for an affordable price. We use different stone shapes like oval, round to create spectacular and harmonious designs in 14k gold. Some of our best-sellers are a 1-carat moissanite ring, halo moissanite ring and If you want a unique engagement, we will be glad to produce a custom ring for you.

Why would i do moissanite instead of diamond for engagement rings?

Moissanite is among the most ethical, sustainable engagement ring choices out there. It is also important that the price of moissanite is significantly lower than a diamond. Moissanites are produced artificially, they're generally not sold unless they have a high clarity grade. Meaning you'll be able to purchase a larger stone at a lower price.

Is Moissanite OK for a wedding ring?

Moissanite is an excellent wedding ring option. It looks very similar to diamond and It's a very durable stone (9.25-9.5 on Mohs Scale of Hardness).

Is a Moissanite engagement ring tacky?

In terms of its characteristics, it is a full analog of diamonds, which have the same optical properties (and the same isotropic properties) as natural diamonds. Moissanite is a diamond look-alike not a diamond imitator.

Can it tell the difference between moissanite and diamond?

Moissanite is so good that diagnosing them is a task for a serious laboratory. It is almost impossible to tell a Moissanite from a diamond by sight.

What is your experience with a Moissanite stone and how does it hold up against diamonds?

The hardness of this material is 9.25 on the Mohs scale, which is close to the diamond - 10-unit hardness benchmark.