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WHY A MOISSANITE

A synthetic moissanite is a diamond simulant; a material that imitates a diamond's appearance and is used in its place. This means that moissanites can be manufactured in quantity, making them readily available and less expensive than diamonds.
HARDNESS
A moissanite is a 9.25 on the MOHs hardness scale. A diamond is a 10. It's much higher than any other gemstone available, which makes it the most durable diamond alternative on the market. Your moissanite will withstand daily wear without scratching.
BRILLIANCE
Brilliance measures how light is dispersed through the stone, otherwise known as "sparkle". A moissanite is more brilliant than a diamond. That's right- a moissanite will sparkle more than any diamond. Isn't that why most people get a diamond in the first place?
COLOR
Colorless or near-colorless diamonds will cost you an arm and a leg. So, to afford a larger size stone, most people compromise on color resulting in lots of warm-toned diamonds on the market. Moissanites are all colorless or near-colorness, without the hefty extra charge.
Difference between Diamond and Moissanite

 

Diamond

Moissanite

Brilliance
(Refractive index)

2.42

2.65

Fire
(Dispersion)

.044

.104

Hardness
(Mohs scale)

10

9.25

Color

Various: Graded from D X

Colorless white

Weight

3.53 g/cm3

3.21 g/cm3

Heat Resistance

Burns at 800 °C

Undamaged up to 1800 °C

Double refraction

No

Yes

Cost

$3,400 $25,000 / carat

$275 / carat

Public opinion

Widely accepted

Less accepted, but gaining traction

Availability

Many retailers

Few retailers