- 8 years ago
- Wedding: December 2011
I love my ring! It’s a 1ct moissanite set in an antique setting from Moissaniteco. My ring size is 5. The setting was made from a dye from between the 17th-19th centuries. I didn’t get the stone enhanced because i love yellows and greens and i didn’t mind if it was slightly tinted. You can tell it’s a extremely faint yellow in intense sunlight, but that’s about it. It’s as clear as could be still, no cloudines. When you get the stone under flourescent lighting, it sparkles like crazy and shoots off rainbows in all directions. I’ve never, ever seen a stone sparkle like this one. Diamonds to not compare. Moissanite rates as a 9.25 on Mohr’s hardness scale, which makes it the 2nd hardest substance known to man. Therefore, it will last forever like a diamond. Heck, it’s even better than i diamond since it’s refractive and dispersion properties are much greater.
Here is my ring:
I spent over a year researching moissanite engagement rings, my fiance’ and I were against purchasing a diamond for obvious reasons…I wanted a no conflict alternative..We decided on Moissanite..I had previously purchased cz in the past and they were cheap looking and looked white and cloudy….I was reluctant to write this review because I wanted to include a photo of my wedding set ..but to be honest it is so sparkly that it’s hard to take a photo…which isn’t a bad thing. The photos from moissanite.co seemed too good to be true but my rings are better than that even… the craftmanship is perfect and the fire and brilliance is unreal….I had a $13,000 diamond ring and I like the moissanite rings better…We spent a lot of time deciding which company to purchase the rings through..We decided on Moissaniteco because they have a good rep with the BBB and there were so many good reviews all over the net…My set is wed647b
i have a ring size 5. this is a 1.5 ct non enhanced moissy from moissaniteco style eng153 knife edge. absolutely LOOVE it
1 Carat equivalent moissanite set to Scott Kay Luminaire setting size 6!
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