Posted: 21 Aug 2011 03:01 AM PDT
They say that diamonds are a girl's best friend. This is one of the most beautiful and costly gems available today. However, there may be a jewel, that could take its place. In the late 1990's moissanite came on stage and caused a sensation in the jewelry world. What is the piece of jewelry with diamonds and what to compare it well? Let's take a look at the differences.
Cut – Refers to a jewel of geometric relationships and how it was cut. If a stone is cut, facets are created that make it shine. Also, are cut to maintain weight and, above all, is why do a variety of cuts at all in the diamond itself. The classification system used to determine the cut of a stone, are ideal, very good, good, fair, and poor.
Cut – Moissantie stones are cut to exact angles and proportionsa method of computer modeling. As a result, a rating scale is unnecessary since they are specifically designed to maximize brilliance. In contrast to fine diamonds, which are isometric, moissanite is hexagonal, which means that it is birefringent. After careful inspection, the gem show double-edge look, while a diamond-cut edges are singular phenomenon.
When all these factors into account, they seem fine and moissanite diamonds are almost identical. Both are light-colored stones that emit a bright fire. So which is better buy? If it matters, it's really a matter of individual choice.
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