Isabelle is a classic beauty, highlighting a stunning 2.2 carat round diamond cut NEO moissanite. This is one of our Tiffany-inspired 6-prong settings.
The diamond cut NEO was developed to minimize light dispersion, which cuts down on the disco-ball effect that some don’t like in Charles & Colvard’s moissanite. The NEO is G-H in color and stunning clarity. Check out this video of the NEO moissanite.
One 2.2 carat, 8.5mm round diamond cut NEO moissanite by Wholesale Moissanite, G-H color. Includes gem certification/most awesome moissanite warranty on the market.
Need to Know
- Orders take approximately 5-6 weeks.
- We highly recommend getting sized by a jeweler prior to making your purchase.
- Available in sizes 3.5-10, including half and quarter sizes. Larger sizes are available for an additional $100.
- Will arrive in a jeweler’s ring box.
- Payment plans are available.
- With this purchase, you are in agreement with my policies regarding custom orders.
Want a smaller center? Bigger? Another shape stone? We can do that – drop us a message and we’ll design your dream engagement, and it won’t cost you $30,000. Or even $10,000. Cuz seriously, is that really necessary?
About NEO Moissanite
NEO is a newer moissanite on the market. The patent for moissanite expired in 2015, and this beautiful stone is now available in a diamond cut round, a round brilliant, cushion, and many other delicious shapes.
NEO moissanite is grown and faceted in a way that allows us to create the exact look that our clients are looking to mimic. It does not go flat in dimmer lighting, and has very diamond-like behavior. NEO moissanite is the true conflict-free and ethical option in today’s market. The NEO warranty is not limiting. It is far superior in that it offers its own exclusive damage replacement.
While rare on Earth, the NEO is remarkably common in space. It is a common form of stardust found around carbon-rich stars. The NEO is a 4H crystalline polytype, which allows for the cleanest and purest colorless rough crystal growth. (#GemNerd) The 4H crystal outperforms the 6H polytype currently used in the market today.