Post # 46
actually no one said anything about diamonds being the worst or the best. I just like the competitive market for something that is more brilliant, sparkly and flawless for a cheaper cost 🙂 to me that sounds like a win.
Post # 47
If you go to their website and click on loose stones, select forever brilliant, and then on the righth and side it shows the h & A moissanite.
Post # 49
Wow, you can really see a color difference between the AG and FB Moissanite! GREAT pics and very helpful.
Post # 50
AwkwardCoconut: I’m not sure because I don’t own a round brilliant moissanite. But from what I hear yes. But it’s a gorgeous warmth with no green or funky colors. The warmth is very subtle and adds to the antique cut of the stone as oec diamonds have this same warmth. My side stones are G-H color diamonds and most of the time you can’t tell the difference in color. Here’s a pic of my 1.51 G color diamond and 1.5 fb oec loose. My jeweler said my oec moissy appears to be about a J-K in color.
Post # 51
this is my FB MOissanite, 1.75 carats. i never see any color, other than the rainbow of sparkles from the light.
Post # 52
I just like yours way better lol I had a 1.21 carat F IF ultra. And yours is just way prettier. But i hear they do vary in appearance so I guess you got a good one!
Post # 53
It’s not from Moissaniteco- it’s custom made from a jeweler in NYC. The warmth doesn’t bother me, I rarely notice it.
Post # 54
thank you! Yes I did hear and was worried when I saw that reviews were either love it or not so much.. it is funny because I was looking initially at an F colour but didn’t find an IF in the size I wanted! Haha guess it worked out for the best
Post # 55
This is a 3 carat FB. Colors are warm but it’s a near colourless stone . Amora Gem would look much whiter than this and also hard to get when buying online.