(Closed) Amora Gemstone or Moissinate? What's the difference? Help

posted 6 years ago in Rings
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

From what I gather (Moissy lovers don’t kill me if I’m wrong) Amora Gem is basically a truly colorless moissanite and shares the same material background. It’s just a private company who makes them. It’s not CZ or anything, just a more realistic looking diamond alternative. The ones I have seen are very pretty, much better looking than a moissanite in my humble opinion.

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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

Amora gem ultra is made of Silicon carbide just like moissanite, the amora gem has a different molecular structure. It’s just as hard as moissanite but is tougher. It also is colorless or near colorless and has a much nicer cut. It doesn’t have as much intense rainbow sparkle as moissanite. The amora gem, is much more crisp and has amazing brilliance. It looks alot more diamond like. I use to have a moissanite and the AG definitly wins in appearance in my opinion. This is why Charles and colvard are making a colorless moissanite, and hopefully they can improve the cut as well.

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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

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AubreyMarie:  it’s my understanding that they are doing rectangular radiants, but I could be wrong. You should check out the betterthandiamond forums, I’m sure someone there would know for sure 

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