Embrace sustainability in the world of jewelry with a brilliant alternative to traditional diamonds – Moissanite! In today's eco-conscious era, finding ethical solutions is crucial, even in the realm of fine jewelry. While diamonds may not be the epitome of eco-friendliness, the timeless allure they bring often captivates us. What if there was a conflict-free option that mirrored the look and feel of diamonds, all at a fraction of the cost? Enter Moissanite!
Discovered in 1893 by French chemist Henri Moissan, Moissanite is sometimes referred to as "a gem born of the stars" due to its initial discovery in a meteor crater. Initially scarce, Moissanites are now crafted in jewelry laboratories, making them a sustainable and ethical choice. Produced in labs, Moissanite has a significantly lower environmental impact and carbon footprint compared to traditional diamonds. Unlike diamonds, Moissanites have a history free from many of the ethical concerns associated with diamond mining.
For those who still prefer the allure of diamonds but want to prioritize environmental friendliness, consider lab-created diamonds, also known as LCD (Lab Created Diamonds) or LGD (Lab Grown Diamonds). These diamonds are produced in a fast-forward process in a lab, replicating the same base as natural diamonds.
Choosing Moissanite rings this year is a smart move towards sustainability. Whether as the main stone or incorporated with other colorful gems, Moissanite offers a plethora of advantages over traditional diamonds. Take it a step further by opting for recycled gold to complete your ethical and eco-friendly jewelry piece.
Explore the differences between Moissanite and diamonds in our detailed Moissanite Vs. Diamond blog post. Discover the exquisite Moissanite collection from London Manori for a sustainable and stylish choice in fine jewelry.