Historically, Diamonds have been mined from the earth. However, modern technology has allowed for the creation of Diamonds in a laboratory setting, resulting in a nearly flawless stone with fewer inclusions and a lower price point than mined Diamonds.
White Zircon, a natural mineral and not to be confused with Cubic Zirconia, which is a lab-generated stone, has a striking resemblance to Diamonds in terms of appearance, with a lustrous and sparkling quality. Zircon comes closer to resembling Diamonds than any other natural gem However, it is relatively fragile, scoring 6-7.5 on the hardness scale.
On our website, you can find these exquisite Small Moissanite Earrings that are an ideal substitute for diamonds. They offer a dazzling shine and clarity comparable to high-quality diamonds, yet are available at a significantly lower price point.
Another lovely alternative for a diamond pendant is this Aurum Accented White Topaz stone. White Topaz is a natural gem with a hardness of 8 rather than the 10 of a Diamond. It’s a more affordable alternative to colorless Diamonds as it refracts light in a similar way but is a little less vibrant. Overall, clear stones can make a stunning addition to any piece of jewelry and offer a range of options for those who prefer a neutral or classic look.
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