sage ring – 2.5 carat cushion cut moissanite engagement ring
A stunning 2.5 carat Forever Brilliant cushion cut moissanite is hand set into an elegant 14k white gold band, accented with sixteen 2mm diamonds. If you want a flashy ring that will stop people in their tracks, this is it.
lillian ring – 2 carat halo moissanite engagement ring
This gorgeous recycled 14k white gold engagement ring is hand set with a 2 carat Forever Brilliant round moissanite. Halo settings are huge this season, and this one is beautiful with 42 diamonds accenting the centerpiece of the ring.
grace ring – 2.5 carat emerald cut halo moissanite and diamond engagement ring
This 14k white gold engagement ring is hand set with a 2.5 carat Forever Brilliant emerald cut moissanite. The emerald cut Forever Brilliant stones are seriously beautiful in person. I toured the Charles & Colvard plant and I saw a number of these while on site. They will blow your mind they are so beautiful. Halo settings are huge this season, and this one is perfect with 42 diamonds accenting the centerpiece of the ring.
katherine ring – 1.25 carat moissanite and diamond engagement ring
A gorgeous brilliant 1.25 carat round Forever Brilliant moissanite is hand set in recycled 14k white, yellow or rose gold, accented by 118 diamonds. This ring is truly a showstopper.
chloe ring – 1 carat cushion cut moissanite engagement ring
This sleek recycled 14k white gold moissanite engagement ring is hand set with a 1.1 carat cushion cut Forever Brilliant. This ring has a modern flair, but the antique cushion cut stone gives it a classic twist.
jolie ring – 2 carat moissanite engagement ring
A beautiful 2 carat Forever Brilliant moissanite is hand set in recycled 14k white, yellow or rose gold. Sterling silver is also available! The sleek band has clean lines and a six prong setting to highlight the gorgeous center stone.
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Moissanite is a man-made gem that was born from a meteorite. The meteorite hit our planet over 50,000 years ago in Arizona, U.S., the area where it hit is now called Meteor Crater. This gem was discovered by Henry Moissan, and about 100 years ago it was named after him by a Tiffany & Co. gemologist.