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Round Moissanite Rings Around Phoenix, AZ

All our moissanite designs are now available in natural diamond or lab-grown diamond upon request.

Custom Design your unique piece of jewelry at no extra cost. Find out more here.

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Are you looking at buying a round moissanite ring? Venazia offers a massive collection of engagement rings in Arizona to choose from.

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Round Moissanite Rings Phoenix, AZ

Venazia is the most recognized online name in the jewelry industry when it comes to fine round moissanite rings. All our designs are handcrafted in the US by the finest and most talented jewelers.

Most of our round moissanite rings are available either at our Phoenix location or ready for overnight shipping from our US head office.

Venazia has a team of specialists accessible for a one-on-one free consultation to assist you with your decision based on your criteria.

The goal of this post is to cover the different steps which will guide you make the perfect pick picking the right round moissanite ring.

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Custom Design Your Round Moissanite Rings In Phoenix, AZ

If you can't find the exact engagement ring that you are looking for or you have an idea in mind, then custom design your round moissanite ring is the way to go.
In virtually no time, our designers in Phoenix, AZ will walk you through each stage of making your one-of-a-kind round moissanite ring.

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Tips To Customize Your Round Moissanite Ring

The custom design process is much simpler than you think. Please call us to discuss your design; we'll tell you what we'll need to make your project a reality.

Gather information and details about the custom engagement ring design:

  • Make a rough drawing of your design.
  • Explore the internet for sketches elements.
  • Look for pictures that strike your eyes to further explain your desired style.
  • Post your design here, we will examine and we get back to you with our feedback.

The more specific you can be with your ideas, the more likely you are to get exactly the design you want.

Is Moissanite a Good Choice for An Engagement Ring?

If you are wondering if moissanite is the right choice for an engagement ring in Phoenix, AZ, then you can be sure that a round moissanite ring is definitely the perfect choice.
Learn the reasons why so many people are going for moissanite over diamonds for an engagement ring in 2024.

  • What is Moissanite?

    Moissanite is a natural mineral identified as silicon carbide, discovered in 1893 in a meteor crater in Arizona by Dr. Henry Moissan.
    Many years later, in a research laboratory, scientists perfected the unique method to produce silicon carbide crystals that are so perfect that they can rival any natural gemstone.

    It's also way more affordable than diamonds of comparable shapes and sizes, costing approximately 10% of the price. This is why moissanite is recognized as the leading of diamond alternative.

    Click here to get more information about moissanite.

     

  • What is the difference between a diamond and a moissanite?

    The major visible difference between diamonds and moissanite is how they glitter. Moissanite has a greater refractive index than diamond. Moissanite has a refractive index of 2.65 versus 2.42 for diamonds. This means it will give you more sparkle than a diamond.

    You will find below a characteristic comparison table between diamonds and moissanite.

     

    Characteristics Diamond Moissanite
    Brilliance Refraction Index (RI) 2.42 2.65-2.69
    Fire Dispersion 0.044 0.104
    Hardness Mohs Scales 10 9.5
    Toughness Good to Excellent Excellent
  • Are moissanite rings cheap looking?

    Moissanite rings are by no means bad taste. Because it has properties similar to a diamond, it will maintain its brilliance, color, and clarity for a lifetime and beyond.

  • Does moissanite lose its glitter?

    Moissanite will not lose its glitter over time. It is as permanent as a diamond. Consequently it is impossible for a round moissanite ring to lose or fade the color over time.

  • Do moissanite rings last permanently?

    Moissanite is a gorgeous gemstone that is almost as hard as a diamond. Moissanite, like diamonds, is eternal.

  • Are moissanite rings scratch easily?

    The MOH scale ranges from a 0 to a 10, with a 10 being the hardest mineral. Moissanite is measured at a 9.5 (in comparison, diamonds have a hardness of 10). This means that moissanite is extremely durable and resistant to scratching and abrasion.

7 Majors Pros and Cons About Round Moissanite Ring

Pros:

  • Moissanite sparkles more than diamonds.

    Moissanite has an even higher refractive index than diamond (2.65 vs 2.42 for diamonds). This means it will give you more brilliance than diamonds.

  • Moissanite Is Comparable to Diamonds in Hardness.

    Moissanite is the hardest stone after diamonds (9.5 vs 10 for diamonds). This indicates moissanite is suitable for daily wear, does not break or scratch easily, and will maintain his sparkle.

  • Moissanite is a fraction of the price of diamonds at comparable color, cut, and clarity.

    Because it is so similar to diamonds, moissanite is the perfect diamond alternative without the diamond price tag.

  • Moissanite is an ethical choice compared to most diamonds.

    One of the most common reasons for consumers to choose moissanite over diamonds nowadays is to help in the fight against child labor and unethical diamond mining, as described by the International Labour Organization here.

Cons

  • Moissanite does not offer the same heirloom quality.

    When you own diamond jewelry, you are passing down something valuable as a heritage.

  • People may make comments thinking your round moissanite ring is diamond

    Since Moissanite and Diamond show no distinction to the naked eye that people could make comments about the price and the size of your round moissanite ring and you may feel uncomfortable about it.

  • Some old-fashion jewelers who may not feel comfortable working on your round moissanite ring

    If at some point you need to have your round moissanite ring adjusted or cleaned, you may bump into an old-school jeweler that would turn you down because your piece is not a diamond. This is happening less and less though, since nowadays more and more jewelers are use to work with moissanite.

Which Style and Setting to Choose for A Round Moissanite Ring?

There is a distinction to be made between styles and settings when selecting an engagement ring.

The 3 Major Styles Of Engagement Rings

  • Solitaire ring

  • The most classic and traditional engagement ring. Featuring one center stone on a simple band to maximize the sparkle, brilliance, and fire of your ring.
    Our Phoenix, AZ location has the greatest delicate choice of solitaire engagement rings.

  • Halo ring

  • Small gemstones surround the center stone. It enhance the sparkle and gives the impression of a larger center stone.
    We offer the most extensive panel of halo engagement rings in Phoenix, AZ.

  • Three Stone ring

  • Represent your past, present, and future all at once. To give the engagement ring additional depth, the center stone is frequently positioned higher than the side stones.
    Talk to our expert in Phoenix about three stone engagement rings.

The Different Settings Of Engagement Rings

Setting refers to how gemstones are set into a metal band.The purpose of a ring setting is to enhance the elegance of an engagement ring.

  • Prong Setting

  • The prong setting features slim metal arms that securely cradle the diamond at the girdle.

  • Pave Setting

  • In the pavé setting, the surface appears to be paved with diamonds set closely together.

  • Channel Setting

  • The channel setting features diamonds set within two parallel walls of metal inside the band.

    In order to better help you choosing your round moissanite ring, you will find in our FAQs, the list of settings terminology and their description. Read more…