Moissanite - a gift from the stars! If you've ever seen a moissanite in person, you know there is nothing quite like it. Discovered as microscopic particles in a crater caused by a meteorite in 1893, this cousin of diamonds from space is now being recreated in a lab as a coveted gemstone. Being doubly refractive, moissanite is a stunning light show! It breaks light in to prismatic colours and reflects white light in all directions. Being made of carbon and silicon they are very durable at a 9.25 hardness making them a much better option than a cubic zirconia as a diamond alternative. Nothing compares to the beauty of a diamond, but its cousin, moissanite, is a fabulous option for anyone wanting a stand in for a big diamond at a fantastic price!
Check out our exciting opportunity with select in-store Tacori ring settings that include a complimentary moissanite for a limited time!