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We are located at Coronado Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Please, check our contact page here

We take pride in offering a diverse selection of exquisite products to meet all your jewelry needs. From natural diamonds and various gold options (10K, 14K, 18K) to lab-grown diamonds, silver, sterling silver, jewelry boxes, 14K roses, and luxury watches, our one-stop store ensures you find the perfect piece for any occasion. Our commitment to quality is reflected in our reasonably priced, high-end products, providing you with the utmost value in every purchase. Please, call us at 505-810-7222.

Yes, we do custom design of the Jewelry based on your request.

Moissanite is a naturally occurring mineral, but in most cases, when people refer to moissanite in a gemological context, they are talking about a synthetic (lab-created) version of the mineral. The naturally occurring mineral, silicon carbide, was first discovered in 1893 by Nobel Prize-winning chemist Dr. Henri Moissan in a meteorite crater in Arizona. Due to its rarity in nature, most moissanite used in jewelry today is created in laboratories.

Moissanite has gained popularity as a gemstone alternative to diamonds because it shares some visual similarities with diamonds but is generally more affordable. It is known for its brilliance, fire (dispersion of light), and hardness. On the Mohs scale of hardness, moissanite scores 9.25, making it a very durable gemstone. In comparison, diamonds, which are the hardest natural material, score a 10 on the Mohs scale.

Some people choose moissanite for ethical reasons, as it is not mined and does not have the same social and environmental concerns associated with diamond mining. Additionally, moissanite is often more affordable than diamonds of similar size and appearance, making it a popular choice for engagement rings and other jewelry.

Yes, we do sell Moissanite.

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