It's all about beauty.
Moissanite is the most beautiful jewel in the world.
Moissanite has unrivalled brilliance, fire and lustre, the qualities that define the beauty of a jewel.
REFRACTIVE INDEX is the jewels ability to capture and reflect light. The higher the refractive index, the higher the brilliance of the jewel. Moissanite has a refractive index of 2.65-2.69,
outperforming all other jewels.
FIRE is the dispersion or spectral separation of white light into rainbow flashes. The more dispersion a jewel has, the more delightful colour effects it will display. Moissanite has 2.5 times the fire of a diamond.
LUSTRE or scintillation is the flashes of light or shine you see when a jewel moves in the light. Moissanite's lustre rating of 20.4% is greater than a diamond's rating of 17.2%.
Its seductive beauty and exceptional value make SUPERNOVA Moissanite ideal for any occasion.
Moissanite International jewels are ethically grown in our technologically advanced facility guaranteeing our jewels are conflict–free with no harmful social impact.
Our Moissanite growing process has minimal effect on the environment and is a responsible alternative to mined gemstones.
When you wear SUPERNOVA Moissanite, you are contributing to a brighter future for all generations.
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SUPERNOVA Moissanite will never change appearance. It will always remain shiny and lustrous just like the day it was purchased.
The durability of a jewel is determined by its ability to withstand temperature and chemical exposure. SUPERNOVA and NOVA Moissanite has higher heat tolerance than diamonds making damage from heat during jewelry manufacturing and repair very unlikely.
Moissanite's hardness is 9 ¼ on the Mohs scale. Its unusually high hardness makes scratching and abrasions very rare, even after many years of daily wear and tear.
All SUPERNOVA Moissanite jewels are accompanied by an Authenticity Card which verifies that your SUPERNOVA Moissanite is an authentic Moissanite International jewel.
Moissanite can trace its origins to particles derived from a meteorite which crashed into the Arizona desert fifty thousand years ago.
In 1893 French chemist and Nobel prize-winner, Dr Henri Moissan discovered samples from the meteor crater. The extraordinary sparkle from the geological samples were a revelation which Dr Moissan determined as a new mineral, Silicon Carbide (SiC). The mineral form of Silicon Carbide was named Moissanite in honour of Dr Moissan.
Moissanite in its natural form is too rare and too small for use in jewellery purposes. However, one century later, through a combination of science, technology, and master gem cutting, created Moissanite became available for fine jewellery.
In the last 20 years, Moissanite has become popular throughout the world for jewellery lovers.
Now with our further development, Everyone Can Shine.