Swapping My FB Moissanite for the Amora Gem Ultra H&A

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Hey I have an AG after previously having an asha.  I hope it’s everything you dreamed of, but  I just wanted to make you aware that you can just have the AG shipped directly to you.  They won’t come out and say it on the forum, but it’s what the company is doing since the patent is up in less than a year.  

Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: A very pretty church.

I am curious about this but don’t know much about it. Is Amora Moissanite the same as Amora Gem? If not, what is Amora Gem?

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I have an Amora Gem ultra H&A cushion in G color VS1.  I see zero tint to it, but I can’t speak on the cut of the round.  With the cushion I’d say I have a lot of white sparkle and less of the discoball effect I saw with moissy.  

Post # 6
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314 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

Mossyme:  I too have an ultra RB AG and it’s gorgeous! I’ve had mine for about 2months. I have an F colored gem and cannot pick up on any bodily color.  Def no “tinting”.  It is certainly a colorless stone. What color are you hoping to get? I’m not sure it really has more brilliance than a diamond, but it really does beautiful sparkle with both white and colored flashes. Def not disco ball like. I think the best video review out there is the one where that independent reviewer guys went in depth about the ultra AG. You’ll love it!! 

Post # 10
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566 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Mossyme:  I have the Ultra H&A H color. i wanted something warmer as my center stone. plus my two side stones are G in color. 

Post # 14
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314 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

Mossyme:  I have an F/VS2 and adore it. I personally don’t feel that the D/IF premium is really worth it. The average diamond owner would not have such a high-quality stone. Plus I believe a little warm and non-visible inclusions give the stone some character. If it is being passed off as a diamond, it definitely makes things more believable when you don’t have to say you own a D/IF stone. Also, IMO, it seems that if one purchases a SI1 AG or higher, you are essentially getting a visibly inclusion-less gem. No one with a SI1 AG has reported seeing any inclusion, even under low magnification. 

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