Moissanite is a lab-grown gemstone
In its natural form, Moissanite remains exceptionally rare, coming only from meteorites that strike Earth’s upper mantle. In fact, after Moissan’s discovery, no natural Moissanite was found until 1958 — this time in Wyoming. It’s because of this rarity in nature that humans decided to grow them in a lab, making Moissanite available for everyone — for both industrial uses and for jewellery purposes.
When used in jewellery, lab-created Moissanite has unmatched brilliance that sparkles from across the room. Its attractive price point adds to its dazzling impact, making any jewellery dream a reality.
Both our premium brands are available in a range of colourless, near-colourless, and fancy colour options.
Per carat, you can get a larger Moissanite at a lower price than Diamonds of the same size.
Moissanite ranks highly on the Mohs scale of hardness and easily stands up to everyday wear.
Moissanite is doubly refractive, so it reflects more light and bends it into mesmerizing flashes of radiant, rainbow fire.
Premium-quality Moissanite that is eye clean, loupe clean, and available in GHI near-colourless and DEF colourless grades. A limited lifetime warranty with Charles & Colvard Moissanite.
Refractive Index (RI)
The double refraction reflects more light back to your eyes, so it dances with light.
Moissanite has 2.4 times higher dispersion than than a diamond, bending the light into mesmerizing flashes of radiant fire.
Hardness MOHS Scale
Moissanite exhibits excellent toughness and made to last through daily wear.