Moissanite vs Cubic Zirconia

Moissanite vs Cubic Zirconia

Although cubic zirconia has long been the preferred alternative to diamonds, it falls short when it comes to gemstone quality. What could appear to be a cost-cutting measure could make your jewel appear old, dingy, or dirty. And there are a few valid justifications for it.

The first is that cubic zirconia is created at a very low cost, which may result in imperfections, faults, and colour alterations. While Eve Avenue Moissanite is also created in a laboratory, we go to great lengths and employ the most cutting-edge technology to ensure that our gems are flawless, colourless, and faultless.

Because of its low cost of production, cubic zirconia is frequently a much softer gemstone. Cubic zirconia rates 8.5 on the Moh's scale of hardness, which ranges from 10 for a genuine diamond to 9.5 for Moissanite. Because of its fragility, cubic zirconia can eventually collect oil and dust, dulling its lustre.

The majority of mass-produced cubic zirconia also frequently has lower quality cuts, which reduces brilliance and scintillation. Clearly simply, Moissanite has more radiance.

Unfortunately, cubic zirconia will frequently appear to be the least expensive alternative even though it is not. Even though Eve Avenue Moissanite are less expensive than genuine diamonds, you'll never have to give up quality while working with us.

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