There are many elements that go into finding the perfect ring, and the type of metal you choose is a crucial one. Although it is similar in appearance to white gold, platinum’s mirror-like, silvery color make it the perfect complement for a solitaire center stone or a cascade of accent diamonds. The metal’s natural hue reflects less color. This makes platinum a top choice for white or colorless diamonds. However, platinum typically costs between two to four times as much as gold.
Platinum is one of the rarest metals available. It is primarily mined in Russia and South Africa, and it is thirty times more rare than gold. It is also four times as strong, which is another factor that contributes to its higher price tag.
MOISSANITE - Created by Charles & Colvard, the Moissanite is the most brilliant gemstone and is among the hardest minerals on the planet. It scores 9.25 on the Mohs scale for hardness and is more durable than sapphire, ruby, or emerald. Includes a Charles and Colvard Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Limited Warranty card. Moissanite jewelry is created in a lab making it environmentally and socially responsible. Moissanite is an economically friendly choice for many customers.
We offer Moissanite jewelry in two quality grades:
FOREVER ONE - Forever One is the premium colorless grade (D-E-F on the GIA color scale) moissanite. With near-diamond hardness, a stunning refractive index, and a colorless quality to the gemstone, the Forever One is arguably the most reputable and the most coveted diamond alternative. The Forever One is cut with 57-58 facets, even edging out the diamond in terms of fire and brilliance. These gems fall within the range of internally flawless to very slightly included (IF-VS).
FOREVER BRILLIANT - Forever Brilliant moissanite falls within the prized, near-colorless G-H-I range of the GIA color scale. This near colorless gemstone emits a faint, icy hue. Forever Brilliant stones are the more affordable mid-grade moissanite stone.