Beautiful, long-lasting and extremely durable, moissanite is a gemstone that is rapidly rising in popularity. With the same lifetime guarantee as a diamond to maintain its fire and brilliance but at the fraction of the cost, it is no wonder why so many couples are choosing moissanite for their engagement ring stone. But how much is a moissanite stone actually worth? Read on to find out!
Moissanite is undoubtedly the best diamond alternative on the market. If you love the look of a diamond engagement ring but can’t afford the whopping price tag or don’t want the ethical dilemma of buying a mined diamond, moissanite is the perfect stone for you. Read on to find out why!
When couples first hear about moissanite, one of the first questions they often ask is whether moissanite is actually worth buying. With the cultural traditions around purchasing a diamond for your engagement ring stone, and the expectation to buy a certain style of ring, it can be intimidating to go against the flow. However, once couples learn about the lasting beauty, cost-effectiveness and conflict-free origins of moissanite, they often fall in love with this precious gemstone and wouldn’t consider using any other stone for their engagement ring.
Like most brides, we understand that you absolutely adore your beautiful ring and would love to be able to wear it every waking minute! However, like all precious gemstones, your moissanite stone is not totally indestructible and will need special care throughout your lifetime to ensure it remains just as sparkly as the day you received it. Luckily, it is very easy to maintain your moissanite engagement ring’s sparkle and we’re here to help you keep your ring sparkling for many years to come!
Although often compared to a diamond for its similar appearance, there is no such thing as a moissanite diamond. In the same way that an emerald or a sapphire is different to a diamond, moissanite is a real gemstone with its own unique beauty and chemical properties. Because it is a lab-grown stone, moissanite is guaranteed to last as long as a diamond but can be sold at a fraction of the price.