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Moissanite is a shiny, sparkly gemstone and is otherwise known as a diamond simulant. It was first discovered in Arizona, circa 1893, when a meteorite crashed into the earth. French chemist Henri Moissan discovered (and obviously named) Moissanite deep down in the crater. The rest is history. Natural moissanite is super rare, since meteorites don't just crash to earth on the daily, so the stuff we see today has all been lab-made. Moissanite is diamond-like in many ways. It's clear, sparkly, and extremely hard. The best way to tell the difference between the two is to look at the price tag.  Its refractive index is higher than a natural diamond's, producing more shine and a special kind of fiery rainbow brilliance.


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