Post # 1
Fiance and I have been looking tp upgrade my e-ring for a few months now. I currently have a .5ct princess cut diamond solitare. For personal reasons we have decided to go with a moissanite. (I’m sure other bees can relate) After some research and from other bees here, I found moissaniteco.com. There is a ring that I COMPLETELY fell in love with. But I am a little hesitant on purchasing over the web and then not liking it and having to return it.
I know alot of other bees here have moissanite diamonds but alot of them are round. Does anyone have a princess cut? IF so can you post some pictures so I can see what they look like on?
We are probably going to go with the 6mm (1.3ct)
If you have any advice at all I would love some! Thanks ladies!
This is the set that I fell inlove with.
Post # 3
beautiful! if you get it post a pic!
Post # 4
Thank you! We are going to explore all our options but I m mostly leaning towards this one. If we do end up purchasing it, then I will definitely post a picture.
Post # 5
I don’t have one, but that set is beautiful! I wanted to point out though, square brilliant moissanite do look slightly different than princess cut diamonds. They have improved in the last year or two, but they still aren’t really identical. You may be able to find some google images of it, or maybe hunt around on the betterthandiamond forums.
Post # 6
Do you know what the main differences are between the square cut and a princess cut?
I have done some searching through google but i mostly find the rings re by themselves or on a white background (like from the seller) but not pictures from actual owners of the rings. (if that makes any sense)
Post # 7
The difference between a square brilliant moissanite and a princess cut diamond is the cut. They’re both square, but the facets are different. I’m not sure if many people would be able to tell the difference at a quick glance, but seasoned jewelry lovers would know it’s not a princess cut stone. Moissanite has to be cut differently than diamonds to help improve the color and because of the different optical properties.