Turn up the heat with Moissanite Fire™

Not many gemstones have rare and unique properties that exceed those found in a diamond, but created Moissanite does just that with unforgettable brilliance, unquenchable fire and timeless beauty. Moissanite has 2.4 times more fire than diamond and is second in hardness only to diamond, making it resistant to scratching, abrasion, breaking and chipping. All of these exceptional characteristics make created Moissanite one of the most radiant and sought-after jewels in the world.

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