Please show me your .5-.75 moissanites

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 4
1216 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

Monicaab:  I don’t have a moissy below a carat, but I would say you probably don’t need it enhanced if it’s under a carat and round. However are you replacing a center stone on a solitaire, or are there other diamonds on the ring elsewhere?

Post # 5
1108 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

My moissanite is a 1ct so I won’t bother posting it. Getting it enhanced would depend more on how color sensitive you are and the cut of the stone since some cuts show more color and warmth than others.

Post # 6
8387 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

6mm (0.75 ct equivalent)

Post # 7
470 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

Monicaab:  Here’s my 0.75ct OEC moissanite, forever brilliant enhanced. OEC is a different cut of moissanite, which is designed to look more like a diamond than the standard RB round moissanite. This might suit you? I’m a size 4.75 for reference. It’s a lovely stone, you might find that you just end up keeping yours rather than swapping for a diamond! It shows up bright white about 80% of the time, the rest is a pale ivory – very pretty.

Edit: Woah the formatting came up weird, let’s try again..

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Post # 8
204 posts
Helper bee

Mine is .75 carats (equivalent), size 6.5 ring, but I think I should have gotten a 6.25. I LOVE my moissy and thought I would upgrade later, but I don’t think I will! (The bezel edge sometimes catches a glare in pictures that makes the stone look like it’s not square – it really is!)

  • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by  FutureMrsM87.
Post # 9
3014 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

Monicaab:  Given that they sold you the ring with a bad certificate, I think you should be able to make a big stink with their management and get your money back. I would bet that there are a few freelance journalists you could track down who would enjoy writing an article discussing your local diamond market and for ring shoppers to beware of diamonds sold under false pretenses. They could contact your store and ask for a comment on your situation!



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