A diamond replacement stone lets you maintain your sparkle even after trading in your diamond jewelry. Moissanite was discovered in 1893, and since it can be grown in a lab, it has become a dazzling diamond alternative. With its score of 9.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness, moissanite is harder than many revered gemstones like rubies or emeralds. Although it is elementally different from the diamond, it is nearly impossible to tell moissanite apart with the naked eye. These brilliant stones have no controversial mining practices associated with them and are environmentally friendly as well.
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I was going to sell my diamond ring and then I heard about Trade In My Diamond. I was skeptical, but couldn’t believe how good the moissanite looked. An easy process as well.
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