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Moissanite Earrings Guide



So, you’re looking for a gorgeous new pair of earrings? Well, we have some advice for you! When it comes to classic and affordable jewelry, you can’t go wrong with a pair of moissanite stud earrings. There are so many benefits to opting for moissanite rather than diamonds. From durability to price to guaranteed ethical sourcing, find out why moissanite is such a great investment and how to make sure you’re getting the perfect piece!

Why Buy Moissanite

Whether you’re buying moissanite stud earrings, bracelets, or even rings, there are tons of amazing benefits to investing in a moissanite stone. Not only is moissanite a fraction of the cost of diamonds, but it also has similar beauty and brilliance as the more expensive stone. Moissanite is also heat and chemical resistant, meaning that it won’t easily take on the regular damage or wear and tear that other types of gemstones do. It is also incredibly durable and is second to only diamonds in terms of hardness. Whereas diamond comes in at a 10 on the Mohs hardness scale, moissanite comes in between 9.25 and 9.5. 

A final great reason to opt for moissanite is that there’s no need to be concerned about ethical sourcing. Originally discovered in 1893 by French scientist Henri Moissan inside of a meteor crater, moissanite these days is generally lab-grown. This means that your moissanite comes conflict-free with a guaranteed origin. 

Always look for the 4 C’s

If you’re sold on buying moissanite stud earrings for yourself or a loved one, the next step is to make sure you’re getting a quality piece. In order to do that, you need to understand the 4 C’s to look for:

1-    Cut: The cut of your moissanite is what’s responsible for making sure your moissanite has sparkle and brilliance. The more faceted the cuts are on the stone, the more brilliance you will get. 

2-    Carat: Similar to diamonds, the larger the carat, the higher the price. Measuring for moissanite is normally done in millimeters, however, it’s also a good idea to investigate the cost per carat and compare it to the more expensive diamond just to see the difference.  

3-    Color: There are many colors and shades of moissanite, however, the most common are colorless, near colorless, or slightly yellow. Those that are colorless or near-colorless are normally superior in quality and more expensive. 

4-    Clarity: Imperfections and inclusions in moissanite can impact overall quality. The fewer imperfections, the better the clarity, and the higher the price will be on the overall piece.  

For your next piece of moissanite jewelry, whether you’re buying moissanite stud earringsrings, or bracelets, check out the beautiful pieces we have at NOONI. Our pieces are both brilliant and durable and will be great additions to your collection. 

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