Moissanite Engagement Rings
Learn about the space rock that shines as bright as a diamond!
IT'S A FOREVER STONE!
Just like a diamond, these strong stones last forever. They will always stay sparkly and won't blur up over the years. It can sometimes shine even brighter than a diamond!
Moissanites are built for everyday wear. They are a 9.25 on Mohs scale of hardness - making it more scratch resistant and durable than a steel nail or other rare gemstones like sapphires and rubies!
Moissanites and diamonds look identical to the average eye. While a perfect 2ct mined-diamond will cost you upwards of $40,000, we offer the perfect 2ct moissanite for much less!
What is a Moissanite?
Moissanite are gemstones from space that were discovered when a meteorite landed on earth, making it the rarest naturally occurring gemstone. Moissanite is also the second hardest gemstone on the planet, making it stronger than sapphire and ruby.
Moissanite delivers exceptional value as a luxury purchase. It shines just as bright as a diamond, never clouds, and is extremely durable. Moissanite has become more and more popular because of its strikingly similar properties to diamonds and is priced lower.
Lovelri provides a modern, environmentally and socially responsible alternative to mined-diamond rings. Our company uses the highest quality moissanites (i.e. NEO Moissanites and Charles and Colvard, etc.) to design engagement rings.
This is a rare gemstone! Not a "diamond simulant"
A lot of brands you see labelled as "high quality diamond-simulants" - typically means it's a CZ (cubic zirconia). CZ looks great when you first purchase it but after a couple of wears, it will be "stained" with all the natural oils you have or by your favourite hand cream and can blur up after a few months.
Moissanites are forever, this means that it has a similar quality to diamonds, where they don't trap oils inside and will continue to sparkle forever. These are pieces you can keep for a lifetime, and even pass on to your children in the future.
Want to learn more?
Contact us today to learn more about the difference betweeen moissanite and diamonds - we will help you every step along the way to this exciting purchase!