Know More Before You Browse Collections Of Moissanite In Alexander Sparks

Are you thinking of getting new jewelry? Do you have a future engagement, or do you buy yourself something good? Everyone knows that there are natural and moral costs in natural diamonds and the cost of money can also be dramatically removed. Maybe you’re just starting to look at other options. Have you considered the benefits of moissanite? If you are trying to process the question of moissanite vs diamonds, do not go any further. Keep reading to browse collection and find out why moissanite might be the best option to purchase.

What is Moissanite?

Moissanite occurs naturally and grows in a lab. It is a mineral made of silicon carbide and is rare in nature.

It was discovered 120 years ago with the intention of finding something suitable for the operation of electricity. Now, it is used by jewelry manufacturers around the world as another form of ethical diamond.

But how does it compare to a diamond?

Moissanite vs Diamond

When trying to decide between moissanite and diamond, you have a few different features to look for. Depending on your priorities, one may be better for you than the other.


Diamonds are sold for their complexity. It’s part of what makes them so attractive in engagement rings, as they should be wearing, in fact, forever.

Compared to moissanite, however, the difference is very small.

The level of “Hardness” (or MOH) is 10 diamonds. That means, the moissanite is 9.25, which slows down the back.

If you are really hard on your jewelry, this can be an important difference. For the average person, however, the difference will not be noticeable.

Cost Related to Value

Diamonds are expensive .Everyone knows this.

The diamond industry has incorrectly raised the price of diamonds, fueled by De Beers’ popular advertising campaign for engagement rings.

Diamonds are exported because of their availability, and in fact, they are much more common than other cheap gems. The cost is perfectly done, and bending over them is foolish and unnecessary.

They will probably last a lifetime, but with rising costs many people are grateful for months or even years to pay for them.

Moissanite, however, with its rigidity and appearance, has not increased cost. They are much cheaper than diamonds and do not suffer in any other category.

At cost, the answer is clear.


While the diamond engagement ring is certainly shiny, moissanite has a very shiny ability.

The Diamond Indicator Index comes out at about 2.42. Moissanite, however, ends at 2.65. This means that they are shiny and brighter than light. This comes at a low cost, or (or profit, depending on your opinion).

Moissanite tends to light a strong rainbow. Diamond will shine without a rainbow. If this interferes, one may want to stay away from the moissanite. But if the lamp hits a beautiful stone and creates a rainbow effect that sounds appealing to you, you may have your answer.

Placed next to each other, the two are vague. Both are beautiful and clear. Moissanite will never be full as some diamond replacement will do.

All in all, looking good, the two of them went to great lengths. Both are glossy and bright, with contrasting bright colors.


The biggest difference comes from.

Diamonds (especially natural mineral diamonds) are very unethical.

Aside from the price tag, which is a moral problem in itself, the natural diamond mining process is detrimental to the environment.

There is environmental degradation in some parts of Africa due only to the diamond mines, and can be completely avoided by good mining practices.

The diamond industry is suspected of still using child labor, as well as forced labor. Workers are paid less, if not paid at all, and are often placed in unsafe working conditions with minimal protection tools (if any).

Diamond mines have helped support warlords in all mining areas, creating space and funding for civil wars, violence and other atrocities only for the benefit of western gem buyers.

“Blood diamond” word is not a joke.


Despite recent efforts to “diamond mining”, there are no guarantees of that responsibility and there are still human rights violations against workers.

Labs made in the lab are definitely a good way to buy diamonds but the cost is still very high.

Moissanite has no such moral issues. They have probably never been excavated, but if they have been excavated in the past, they were mostly from meteorites.

No military funding is involved in the extraction of moissanite, and there is no negative impact on the environment (other than that of any other business activity).

They are a precious choice with absolute morality, both human rights and environmental concerns.

Which is more attractive Moissanites or Diamonds?

Diamonds are attractive, of course.

You may want the diamond to be the heir. Or maybe you have your heart set on a diamond engagement ring – there is nothing wrong with that (especially if you want a diamond made from the many innocent labs associated with them).

Though it’s crucial to know your options but moissanite is great.

They are shiny, have an attractive cost (which saves money on that engagement ring for a wedding, honeymoon, or future home) and remain as strong as nearby clones.

If you want to buy new jewelry and want to check out your options, check out their store today. They have many options for lovers of all kinds of gemstones, jewelry, and finishes, and you can buy our necklaces or earrings as they are, or create engagement rings to suit any style, value, and price point.

Jewelry is eternal, and it should be just like you. Come browse collection of your choice.

Know the facts

Moissanite Came from a Meteor!

In Arizona in 1893 by Noble Prize winning French scientist Henri Moissan Moissanite was first discovered. His first sample of Moissanite (named after him) was found inside of a meteorite crater; he took his sample to the lab and discovered it was silicon carbide. Moissanite was born. 

 Sapphires and Rubies are less hard than Moissanite

The harder they are, the more difficult they are to scratch that is why stones are measured by hardness. A rating of 9.25 on the Mohs hardness scale is given to Moissanite loose stones.