FAQs about Moissanite Bracelet

  1. How to know if it’s a moissanite and not diamond ?

    A moissanite has subtle traces of yellow and gray, but a diamond is without traces of any color. It is not easy to differentiate between the two; only a jeweler can do that for you.

  2. Does moissanite break easily?

    No, moissanite is a very strong stone. It is known for its durability. It is not prone to breaking, chipping, or scratching.

  3. Is moissanite jewelry cheaper than diamond jewelry ?

    Yes, moissanite jewelry is much cheaper as compared to diamond jewelry as one is man made and other is mined.

  4. Will my moissanite jewelry last for forever ?

    Yes, moissanites are as strong as diamonds. Having a hardness of 9.25 makes it one of the most durable stones after diamond and thus your moissanite jewelry will stay with you forever.

  5. Are moissanites naturally occurring or man-made?

    Moissanites are grown in the lab using silicon and carbon, as they rarely occur naturally. This is the reason they are also an environment friendly option in comparison to diamonds.

About Moissanite Bracelets

Moissanite is a very popular alternate to diamond but do not confuse between the two as they carry their own strong identities. It is equally hard and brilliant in comparison to diamond but it is mostly man made as natural moissanites are rare. You can call moissanite jewelry as an Eco-friendly and more affordable option.

Moissanite Bracelets are great to be worn on special occasions because who doesn’t like to dazzle or can be a perfect expression of affection for your lady love. The options you get with Rosec Jewels are plenty as we have crafted different styles of bracelet like tennis, station chain, bolo with different motifs like infinity, nature inspired, heart and flower motif.

Guide to choose right moissanite bracelet. Check the following grades before making your purchase.

  • Color Grade:

    Color grading is done on the basis of the presence of color in the stone. It is graded from D to Z, with D being colorless and Z being a slight yellow tint.

    Distribution of Color Grades in Moissanite

    1. Colorless: D, E, F
    2. Slightly Colorless : G, H, I
    3. Yellow-Tinted: J, K
  • Clarity Grade:  

    Clarity grade indicates the level of inclusions in the moissanite stone. Most inclusions are not visible with the naked eye in moissanite.

    Distribution of Clarity Grade in Moissanite

    1. Flawless, Internally Flawless : FL, IF
    2. Very, very slightly included: VVS1, VVS2
    3. Very Slightly Included: VS1, VS2
    4. Slightly Included: SI1, SI2
    5. Included: I1, I2, I3
  • Cut Grade:

    Cut grade is given to denote how well the stone is cut. Finely cut moissanites sparkles brilliantly whereas poorly cut stone looks dull. 

    Distribution of Cut Grade in Moissanite.

    1. Excellent
    2. Very Good
    3. Good
    4. Fair
    5. Poor
  • Carat:

    As moissanite is less dense than diamond, their weight cannot be compared in carats. 1 CT of diamond will not be the same as 1 CT of moissanite. Moissanite’s carat weight is usually denoted with its size, which is in millimeters (MM).