Supernova Moissanite

SUPERNOVA Moissanite is the best fine jewel, ever.  

Moissanite has unrivalled brilliance, fire and lustre qualities that define the beauty of a jewel.  
Whilst retaining these virtues, we now present SUPERNOVA Moissanite. Our most desirable due to its superb brilliance and natural colour.*

All cut precisely to be irresistible.

SUPERNOVA Round Brilliant is available in sizes from 0.003 carats (0.8 mm) to 12 carats (15.0 mm)

Other cuts available in SUPERNOVA are Cushion, Oval, Pear, Asscher, Square, Emerald and Heart.

They are all cut precisely to maximise brilliance. Whichever shape you choose you will enjoy wearing Moissanite for generations.


*While Moissanite looks like a diamond, it is a different jewel than a diamond, as such it is not colour graded like a diamond. SUPERNOVA colour is natural because when you view it from the top it looks natural without any hint of a blue tone like some other Moissanite gemstones in the market. This blue fluorescent tone, more visible in direct sunlight makes the stone appears "whiter" but it does not look natural. Consumers prefer SUPERNOVA colour, simply it looks more natural.

Our Stellar Cut

What makes SUPERNOVA so special?

The skill to which a Moissanite is cut determines how well it reflects and refracts light.  
Moissanite outperforms diamonds in brilliance, fire and lustre only if they are cut the right way.  

We take time to align all 8 sets of facets to perfect symmetry, perfect proportions, and perfect polish every time.

When this is achieved, the result is a stunning Moissanite jewel full of life and fire,
that shows off its best qualities of maximum brilliance, fire and lustre.


When you wear a SUPERNOVA Moissanite, you are wearing the most beautiful jewel
in the world that has the best light performance ever.

SUPERNOVA Moissanite is all about brilliance, and the brilliance comes from its cutting.

You can tell a jewel is cut to maximise its brilliance by testing it in a
structured light environment which has a brightly coloured reflector.

When the stone shows white tones in this light environment, it demonstrates light leakage
and therefore, minimum brilliance (as shown in the image above on the right). 

However, when the stone shows it beautifully coloured all over, then the cutting has achieved maximum brilliance
(as shown in the image above on the left).

You can see this in the comparison photo of our Stellar cut above in a SUPERNOVA jewel compared to a poorly cut Moissanite.


Attention to detail. It takes eight craftsmen who are specialised in each step of the faceting process to bring to life just one Moissanite jewel.

See The Brilliance