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GIADA STERLING SILVER MOISSANITE DIAMOND BANGLE BRACELET

GIADA STERLING SILVER MOISSANITE DIAMOND BANGLE BRACELET

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  • Moissanite bbangle bracelet 
  • 925 sterling silver 
  • 925 stamp 
  • Bangle bracelet 
  • 0.5-1cm
  • Handcrafted 
  • Middle set with baguette diamonds 
  • Middle diamonds outlined with round diamonds 
  • Gorgeous design
  • Beautiful sparkle
  • Open box clasp
    • Moissanite (/ˈmɔɪsəˌnt/)[5] is naturally occurring silicon carbide and its various crystalline polymorphs. It has the chemical formula SiC and is a rare mineral, discovered by the French chemist Henri Moissan in 1893. Silicon carbide is useful for commercial and industrial applications due to its hardness, optical properties and thermal conductivity.
    • Moissanite is a gemstone born from the stars. It was first discovered in 1893 by a French scientist named Henri Moissan, who later won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He discovered microscopic particles of the gem that would eventually bear his name in Arizona, in a crater created by a meteorite that fell to Earth. He initially thought that he had discovered diamonds, but later determined that the crystals were composed of silicon carbide.
    • In its natural form moissanite remains very rare. Until the 1950s, no other source for moissanite other than as presolar grains in carbonaceous chondrite meteorites[9] had been encountered. Then, in 1958, moissanite was found in the upper mantle Green River Formation in Wyoming and, the following year, as inclusionsin the ultramafic rock kimberlite from a diamond mine in Yakutia in the Russian Far East.[10] Yet the existence of moissanite in nature was questioned as late as 1986 by the American geologist Charles Milton.[11]

      Discoveries show that it occurs naturally as inclusions in diamonds, xenoliths, and such other ultramafic rock such as lamproite.[12

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