Do you love my diamond? April Fools, it’s actually Moissanite! Strikingly beautiful and a fraction of the cost of diamonds, Moissanite has gained increasing popularity since its discovery in 1893.
What is Moissanite?
Moissanite is a diamond simulant made of silicon carbide. A diamond simulant is a stone that has a similar appearance to a diamond but is not a real diamond. It is very difficult to tell apart a diamond & moissanite, making moissanite a common diamond alternative. Moissanite is a very strong stone which makes it excellent for daily use, and it refracts light in the same manner as a diamond does.
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