MINDY MOISSANITE RING
- Metal: 925 Sterling Silver
- Metal Weight: 5.50g
- Main Stone Type: White Moissanite
Main Stone Shape: Cushion Cut
- Main Stone Size: 11mm x 11mm
Setting Type: Prong
- Mindy in 5A Cubic Zirconia
- Your order includes a luxury ring box, polishing cloth + mini travel baggie
- Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to further customize this ring
Moissanite is a stunning gemstone that is often used as a diamond alternative in jewelry. It is composed of silicon carbide and reveals a brilliant sparkle with its near-colorless hue and dazzling fire. Moissanite tends to be significantly less expensive than a diamond of the same size, and it is highly durable and shatterproof, making it an excellent choice for rings, necklaces, earrings, and other long-lasting pieces of jewelry.
925 Sterling Silver vs. Solid Gold
When it comes to jewelry, both sterling silver and solid gold have their advantages. Sterling silver is more affordable than solid gold and has a beautiful luster that can be easily polished to keep it looking shiny.
Solid gold is more expensive, but it is also highly durable so it will last for many years. If you’re looking for something special and timeless, then solid gold is the way to go. On the other hand, if you’re on a budget, then sterling silver could be a great option as well.
Processing & Shipping
This item is made to order and requires 2-6 weeks for production before being shipped.
All orders are shipped from our Showroom in Danbury, Connecticut, USA.
Domestic Shipping is FREE for all U.S.A orders.
We ship worldwide. International Shipping will be calculated at checkout.
Please note: earrings, customized, engraved or any made to order items and clearance items are final sale. If you order one of our made to order rings and it is does not fit you, we can always resize it for you but we always recommend knowing your ring size before ordering.
Add this free printable to your cart and print it out to find your ring size! There is two methods to find your ring size using this PDF.
Method #1: use a ring you already have and matching the diameter with the corresponding ring size on the paper
Method #2: Cut out and make your own ring sizer to find your ring size.
We always recommend using a physical ring sizer but this is a great alternative.