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A sparkling moissanite is set in a graceful leaf-inspired prong setting. This design features rare, natural grey moissanite by Charles & Colvard®, with a trail of pavé diamonds to frame the center.
On rare occasions, a natural grey hue can occur during the moissanite crystal growing process. Since Charles & Colvard is no longer creating them, these greys are in extremely limited supply. See final photo for selection remaining. A couple are a lighter grey and contain elongated crystal micro pipes, which are part of the natural crystal growing process. The others contain micropipes as well as flecked inclusions, which twinkle like bits of glitter. The inclusions and piping give them a more rustic, milkier overall hue -- like the rustic diamonds of the moissanite world. They make each moissanite entirely unique, with patterning and attributes that only your stone will have. Read more about grey moissanites here.
CENTER MOISSANITE & SETTING:
➣ Natural grey moissanite, by Charles & Colvard
➣ Moissanite: 6.5mm (1ct diamond equivalent)
➣ Six-prong leaf-inspired setting
➣ Wedding bands can stack snugly beside
SIDE DIAMONDS & SHANK:
➣ Choice of recycled gold or platinum
➣ Shank width: 2mm wide, tapered at top
➣ Diamonds: 12 pavé set, Canadian origin diamonds
➣ Finish: gently polished to bring out the details
This listing is for the Grey Moissanite & Diamond Ring only; wedding bands in photos are sold separately.
Moissanite is a lab-grown gemstone which was first discovered over 100 years ago on a meteor that struck earth. Its high refractive index and light dispersion produce brilliance and fire not seen in other gems. Moissanite's sparkle, durability, and ethical lab-creation make this stone the perfect engagement ring choice. These fancy colored grey moissanites contain sparkly flecked inclusions and elongated crystals, called micro pipes, which are part of the natural crystal growing process. They make each moissanite entirely unique, with patterning and attributes that only your stone will have. The grey hue is natural (not coated like other colors) is no longer being created. Only a handful remain, so grab one while you can!