Timeless meets ahead-of-its-time
The stone born from the stars embraced in the timeless Art Deco design
Looking to make an impression of galactic proportions? Then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve joined the most scintillating stone on Earth with one of the most influential jewelry styles in the world. Behold the Moissanite Art Deco Ring.
In 1893 French scientist Henri Moissan discovered an extremely rare mineral in a 50,000-year-old meteorite in Canyon Diablo in Arizona. Later in his career, he won a Nobel Prize for his vast work, with moissanite becoming his namesake. Little did he know his discovery would become an extremely popular alternative to a diamond. In fact, according to the GIA (Gemological Institute of America), moissanite outperforms all jewels in terms of its brilliance, fire and luster. However, to call moissanite a diamond would be an insult. You see, moissanite has “double refraction”–– meaning light goes down into the stone and comes out not once, but twice. No diamond can do this.
Here, moissanite rounds shine bright from the intricate metalwork that is the hallmark of Art Deco design. One of the most influential eras in the history of design, the Art Deco movement continues to leave its mark on the jewelry world. Both timeless and ahead of its time, this is jewelry for the ages. Set in .925 sterling silver layered in rare and lustrous rhodium.
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