April 15th, 2021 | by Anubh Shah

Moissanite Rings: Unique Designs

Moissanite was first discovered by a French scientist, Henri Moissan, in 1893. There was a massive meteorite shower where one fell to earth and the particles of this gem were embedded in its crater. At first, Henri and many other scientists thought Moissanite was a diamond but later recalled that the crystals they found were silicon carbide.

Now, Moissanite is loved by those who don’t want to have blood diamonds. This is because of the uncanny likeness to diamonds. Exceeding their diamond-like appearance, moissanite gems are known for their brilliance, durability, and attractive price.

Moissanite versus Diamonds

These two crystals are astonishingly similar in shapes, sizes, brilliance, and durability. The only thing setting them apart? Their price tags.

Moissanite gems often get overlooked as a diamond, but in fact, it is not. Diamonds are created by the compression of coal and minerals over many hundreds of years on the earth, while moissanite gems are created from the “sky.”

What is Moissanite?

Moissanite gems, in their natural form, are incredibly rare. Named after Nobel Prize-winning chemist Dr. Henri Moissan, these gems have only been discovered in a few rocks, from upper mantle rock to meteorites. Dr. Moissan discovered that the mineral inside a meteorite that hit Arizona in 1893 was silicon carbide, not a diamond.

Scientists in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, have developed a lab developing process that produces silicon carbide, which is formed into moissanite gemstones. This is the process of lab-created moissanite gemstones that you can purchase here at With Clarity.

Unique Designs With Different Moissanite Gemstones

With lab-created gems, especially Moissanite, there are so many options for the shapes and sizes that the gemstone can be. Moissanite is a sturdy and naturally heat-resistant material. They can be treated with heat to change their color, and some of the various options would include light green, dark green, as well as colorless to match a diamond, but these gems can be treated to virtually any color of your choosing.

White Moissanite

Moissanite is typically considered a popular alternative to white diamonds. It has the same clear and sparkling appearance as a white diamond and is also natural. However, Moissanite varies in terms of its color refraction. It is a durable gemstone that is preceded only by a natural diamond.

Forever One Moissanite

Forever One Moissanite is unique in its high quality and assessment of color and clarity. While ordinary Moissanite is graded on a singular scale, Forever One Moissanite considers color, cut, and clarity, just like a diamond. Choosing a Forever One Moissanite guarantees the highest quality and durability for this popular gemstone

Why Forever One?

Introduced by Charles & Colvard in September of 2015, Forever One is the world’s first colorless Moissanite. Its consistent high quality is the leading and pinnacle brand, setting the global standard for all other moissanite providers. Engineering and craftsmanship are at the heart of this gemstone, with a patented process for producing raw material nearly free of micro pipes. Combined with sustainable standards, precision artistry, and the highest grading standards for colors, Clarity, and Cut, Forever One is the culmination of 20 years of development. Forever One is for consumers who demand the very best when choosing a gemstone for their most precious moments.

Unique Moissanite Rings

Some of the most popular shapes of moissanite gems are round, oval, princess, cushion, and emerald. Along with the shapes of gems, some of the most popular band designs to compliment your new Moissanite gemstone ring would be a pave band, adding in multiple moissanite stones, having twisting band designs, or halo ring designs. A truly stylish and popular design idea for wedding and engagement rings is including multiple different gemstones in the ring. Below are some of our beautiful moissanite gemstone rings that would be perfect for special someone in your life.

Some of our Favorite Moissanite Rings

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