Charles & Colvard Grey Moissanite, Willow Leaves (1ct)

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  • The graceful band was inspired by a cluster of willow leaves. Featuring a 1ct rare grey Charles & Colvard moissanite, in a beautiful, medium slate-hued grey. Some are eye-clean, while others have subtle micropiping inclusions, which occur naturally during the crystal growing process. Charles & Colvard stopped making the greys several years ago, so they are in extremely limited supply. Kristin was lucky to get her hands on some of the last greys remaining in the C&C vaults. This ring avoids all harmful mining of gold and gemstones, making this design a truly eco-friendly and conflict-free choice. Wedding bands modeled in photos are sold separately; this listing is for the Sienna grey moissanite ring only. 

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    ➣ Size: 6.5mm (1ct diamond equivalent) 
    Charles & Colvard Grey Moissanite 
    Medium, cool-toned grey. Some feature slight micropiping needle-like inclusions that happen naturally during the crystal-growing process

    ➣ Choice of recycled gold color or platinum 
    ➣ Setting: four-prong floral basket setting
    ➣ Dimensions: 2mm at widest, tapered at top
    ➣ Wedding band can stack flush beside
    ➣ Finish: polished gently, with polished/smooth interior


    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. 

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