Emerald Forever Brilliant™ Moissanite Twig Ring, 1ct

➣ THIS RING IS FINAL SALE (no returns or exchanges) 
 Available in rose gold, size 6 only. Allow 1-2 weeks before shipping.

A real twig was cast in solid recycled rose gold to create the unique band. Featuring a  Forever Brilliant™ moissanite by Charles & Colvard. This ring avoids all harmful mining of gold and gemstones, making this design a truly eco-friendly and conflict-free choice.

Forever Brilliant™ moissanites were discontinued by Charles & Colvard (and were replaced with the Forever One™ line). The FB's are no longer being made, so snag this one while you can! The Forever Brilliants™ were cut from a different material than the Forever Ones™, and are visibly warmer/yellower. Many people actually prefer a warmer stone, since it provides an antique, vintage feel. Many antique rings from the Art Deco, Victorian, etc. periods are faintly yellow. This warmer Forever Brilliant stone is gorgeous paired in rose gold. 

➣ Moissanite size: 7x5mm (1ct diamond equivalent) 
➣ Forever Brilliant™ emerald cut, by Charles & Colvard
➣ Set atop twig so wedding bands can stack beside
➣ Charles & Colvard Certificate of Authenticity included
Click to learn more about Forever Brilliant moissanite 

➣ Recycled 14k rose gold
➣ Dimensions: 2mm to 3mm wide (at the knots)
➣ Finish: polished gently, with polished/smooth interior
➣ Sizing: US size 6. (No resizings available for this sale-priced ring)

This listing is for the Emerald Cut Forever Brilliant Moissanite Twig 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. Its incredible durability ranks second only to diamond -- even higher than sapphire or ruby. Moissanite's sparkle, durability, and ethical lab-creation make this stone the perfect engagement ring choice. Of all the white gemstone alternatives, moissanite looks and behaves the most like diamond. 

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