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CLEARANCE - Moissanite and Recycled 14k Yellow Gold Halo Engagement or Wedding Ring, size 6.75 - Diamond Alternative

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Help pay for my new studio :-) by purchasing one of my in-stock rings at a great bargain price! Only one in-stock version of this ring is available at this price - 50% off! (originally priced at $1,198)


A gorgeous 6mm moissanite sits in a low bezel with a beaded halo on a 2mm wide 14k yellow gold band. On one side, the back of the bezel has been notched to allow this ring to stack on top of a wedding band, as shown in the third listing photo. I am happy to discuss wedding band options; however, this listing is for the engagement ring only. All of the metal used in this ring's construction is from recycled sources.

This ring is in stock and ready to ship in a size 6.75, or I can make it in any other size you need - turnaround time on custom orders is about three weeks. (Sale price only applies to the in-stock ring.)

If you're not familiar with moissanite, please read on to discover more about this amazing material...

Moissanite was originally born from a meteorite over 50,000 years ago, and was first discovered by Dr. Henri Moissan in 1893 in material collected from a meteor crater in Arizona. These incredibly brilliant sparkling crystals might have been considered "diamonds from space," but Dr. Moissan's research actually identified them as a new mineral find - silcon carbide, whose chemical composition is SiC (diamonds are made from carbon). This stunning jewel is extremely rare, and almost impossible to find in nature. So rare, in fact, that the dream of using it in jewelry was an impossibility until man discovered a way to create and craft these incredible silicon carbide crystals here on Earth.

With more fire than any popular gemstone (including diamond), no other stone or jewel compares to Moissanite. In fact, fire can be measured scientifically and moissanite has nearly 2.4 times the fire of diamond. Moissanite also has 10% more brilliance and luster than diamond. Proven to be harder than ruby, sapphire or emerald and second only to diamond, moissanite is also extraordinarily heat resistant, durable, and tough. It is extremely resistant to scratching, abrasion, breaking and chipping. And because these phenomenal stones are grown in a laboratory, you don't have to worry about the ethical problems involved with harvesting diamonds and other mined gems.

Pretty cool, huh? :-)

Due to the value of this piece, shipping costs have been adjusted to include insurance within the United States. I do offer international shipping; if you live outside the US, please contact me for a quote specific to your location. Due to the lack of availability of insurance through the US postal service for international packages, I use FedEx when shipping overseas; this is a more expensive but far safer option. International buyers, please be aware that you are solely responsible for any duties/taxes that your country may charge on imported goods.

As is all my jewelry, this piece is vegan, meaning no animal products (pearls, silk, leather, etc.) were used in its construction.

I accept PayPal, money orders, checks, and credit cards (please call me at 707-633-6340 if you would like to initiate a credit card payment outside of Paypal).

CLEARANCE - Moissanite and Recycled 14k Yellow Gold Halo Engagement or Wedding Ring, size 6.75 - Diamond Alternative


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: moissanite, gold, yellow, 14k
  • Only ships within United States.
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