French Chemist and Italian Jeweler Raise the Bar
World's most scintillating stone meets glorious 14K Italian gold
What happens when you pair a Nobel Prize-winning French chemist’s rare discovery with timeless Italian gold design? You get jewelry that is out of this world beautiful. Let us explain...
When French chemist Henri Moissan discovered an incredibly rare mineral in a meteorite in the Arizona desert in 1893, little did he know he was giving the world a stone that surpasses even the finest diamond in virtually every aspect that makes a woman go weak in the knees. According to the GIA (Gemological Institute of America), Moissanite outperforms all jewels in terms of its brilliance, fire, and luster.
We’ve taken this swoon-worthy stone born from the stars and perfected by science and showcased it in a beautiful Italian Byzantine necklace made of glorious 14K gold. An ingenious merger of rarity and Italian gold craftsmanship that is destined to be yours.
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