Emerald Cut Moissanite

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As its name suggests, the Emerald cut was originally created to enhance the vivid green colour of emeralds. Eventually adopted by diamond cutters, the Emerald cut is an elegant rectangular cut characterized by its cropped corners, and long horizontal facets in its crown and pavilion. Baguette and tapered baguettes are a variation on the emerald cut. Typically used as side stones in a larger arrangement or even in channel set rings, baguettes are rectangular shaped, step cut moissanite with sharp corners. Tapered baguettes are cut in the same way, but are narrower at one end. Emerald cut moissanite look beautiful paired with a variety of side stones, in a variety of shapes and sizes. This style of cut will always look elegant, whatever your choice of setting.

Moissanite is best diamond alternative in the world, the hardness rating of a moissanite is just beneath that of a diamond at 9.25. The hardness of a diamond is 10. The luster and brilliance of moissanite occasionally exceeds that of a diamond. Moissanite show more light than diamonds, creating a superior sparkle, because moissanite has a 2.65 to 2.69 Refractive Index (RI), making Moissanite much more brilliant than diamonds. Each piece of our moissanite stone can pass diamond tester. Our moissanite stones are flawless luster, brilliance, quality and fire equal to that of fine earth mined diamonds for a small percentage of the cost. All of our moissanite are available in most shapes and dimension sizes. This gives you the opportunity to easily find the perfect fit for you.

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Baguette cut moissanite size:

2x4 3x5 4x6 4x8 5x7 5x10 6x8

Equivalent Diamond Weight:

Carat is the traditional measuring unit of a diamond's weight (1 carat = 200 milligrams). A carat is divided into 100 "points," so the same diamond can be represented as weighing a carat and a half, 150 points or 1.50 carats. Moissanite stones are about 18 - 20% lighter than diamonds. Therefore, while a 6.5mm round diamond weighs 1.0 carat, a 6.5mm moissanite weighs 0.83 - 0.85 carat. However, the two stones would be the same actual size: 6.5mm in diameter. So equivalent diamond weight is not actual moissanite weight.


Moissanite Color : White Near Colorless (DEF)

Moissanite Clarity : Eye-Clean (VVS)

Moissanite Cut : Excellent Cut

Testing Result: 100% Diamond tester passed (Testing Positive)

What you need to know about moissanite:

Moissanite is actually more brilliant than a diamond, because its higher “refractive index” (Diamond’s is 2.42, whereas Moissanite’s is 2.65) and moissanite has a higher dispersion than a diamond. That's why your moissanite will look like a firework next to a diamond.

Moissanite stays super sparkly for its whole life, due to its superior hardness and great refractive index. So you never have to worry about it's beoming dull, losing its brilliance, or getting foggy. Like a diamond, it can keep fire, beautiful and brilliant forever !

Moissanite is a very hard gem, but not quite as hard as diamond. On the Mohs Scale of Hardness, moissanite is rated as a 9.25. It's great higher than any gemstone used in jewelry besides diamonds( diamond is 10 score , the hardest known mineral in the world). The harder a material, the more difficult it is to scratch.

Moissanite is a fraction of the cost of a diamond. Also, while a diamond’s price varies based on cut, clarity, and other individual characteristics, moissanite varies only with type and size. Moissanite is a great option for couples on a budget, those looking for a man-made option for sustainable reasons, or those who simply do not feel the need to spend a lot on a ring.