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Moissanite Stone Jewellery.

Moissanite Stone Jewellery.




I have thought long and hard about this, but love them so much, so here they are -


I do have limited stock on hand in a size 4.5, 6.5, 7 , 7.5, 9, 

GRA certification for each stone on all rings apart from the wishbone ring.

The first pic is a 5ct ring - 3ct main stone and a 1ct either side.   

The second pic is a 4.6 ct ring.  

The third pic is a  3.6ct ring is a five stone ring. Main stone is 1ct with a 0.8ct stone either side then a 0.5 stone either side of that. It is a slightly wider ring across the finger, but divine. 

The  fourth pic is a 3ct ring is a 2ct main stone with 0.5ct stones either side. A lovely fit with all other rings.

The fifth pic is a 2 ct single stone ring.

The sixth ring is a 1 ct stone is a simple band. 

The  seventh ring is a fine wishbone, a ring that I have always worn on my pinky but can be worn on any finger. It is encrusted with 0.15ct moissanite stones.


The first earrings are a 1 carat fine cut Moissanite earring that looks beautiful in the ear. In stock and available in the earring selection. SKU AE/01

The second earring pic is for a 2ct moissanite stone stud earring  4 ct in total. AEMS/08. 


All rings are 100% 925 Sterling Silver, second layer is Platinum, third layer is Rhodium finishing with an 18K White Gold layer and a protective film.

These are ordered for your personal sizing and available on order.


The rings are priced on the USD to NZD conversion rate.

Price is obviously variable day to day but fixed on order. 


I have been testing the 5ct ring on my finger since July 2022.

It has done house work, gardening, golf, showering - daily wear and never off. It remains as gorgeous as the day I put it on.


What is Moissanite?

It was first discovered in 1893 by a French scientist named Henri Moissan, who later won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

He discovered microscopic particles of the gem that would eventually bear his name in Arizona, in a crater created by a meteorite that fell to Earth. He initially thought that he had discovered diamonds, but later determined that the crystals were composed of silicon carbide.

Natural moissanite is incredibly rare, so moissanite available today is laboratory-created. After many years of trial and error, the particles Moissan discovered were successfully synthesized to produce what is now one of the world’s most scintillating gemstones.

Moissanite, referred to as a diamond simulant, is engineered to give the illusion of similarity to diamonds, but is compositionally and visually quite different from a real diamond.

The durability, brilliance, and colour of the two gems are quite distinct.

One common property of both diamonds and moissanites is that they are both very good thermal conductors.

After many years of trial and error, the particles Moissan discovered were successfully synthesized to produce what is now one of the world’s most scintillating gemstones.



Gemstones are measured on the Mohs Scale of Hardness, which assesses a gem’s ability to withstand surface scratching.

On the Mohs scale, Moissanite gemstones are a 9.25 on the Mohs Scale of Hardness, so they are suitable for daily wear.

Diamonds are the hardest known mineral and receive a 10 on the Mohs Scale of Hardness. Because of this exceptional score, diamonds are very durable and ideal for daily wear. This contributes to their popularity as engagement rings’ center gemstones.

Moissanites exhibit a different kind of brilliance than diamonds do, as their faceting pattern is different. The fiery, rainbow flashes emitted by moissanites are beloved by some, but others feel that moissanite’s heightened brilliance can create a “disco ball” effect, especially in sunlight. The bigger the moissanite, the more likely it is that the difference will be noticeable. Moissanite has a refractive index from 2.65 – 2.69, which is higher than a natural diamond.



  • Please enquire for sizing and pricing.

    Sizing is critical for a good fit.

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