Our Stone

There are two types of stones we use for jewelry: Sona Simulated Diamonds and Moissanite Stone.

Sona Simulated Diamonds

Sona Simulated Diamonds are crafted by Professionals in laboratory using special equipment, high-pressure and high-temperature. Sona Simulated Diamonds are similar to diamonds in appearance. It is difficult to distinguish the two with the naked eye. However, its market price is much cheaper than natural diamonds. Each stone is cut to maximize the radiance with the intent to create a collectible custom piece always in mind. The unique precision cutting of the distinctive stones ensures their brilliance. The next step in the process is polishing the stones with natural diamond polishing wheels, using the exact process to polish high-quality natural stones. Utilizing these processes in the exact same manner as for the finest quality natural stones ensures that the Sona Simulated Diamonds Unique Custom Jewelry is of great quality. The result of using fine quality materials and expert diamond cutters guarantees that Sona Simulated Diamonds are a cut above the rest.

The sona simulated diamonds are an excellent alternative to natural gemstones because it is more scratch-resistant for daily wear. With proper care and cleaning, your sona simulated diamond ring can be treasured for a lifetime. In order to simulate the amazing fire and brilliance of a natural diamond, our proprietary stone is hand-cut and faceted in-house to shine brilliantly and provide a beautiful sparkle with bright, vibrant color. We are confident that you will not find a better alternative in the market that shares the same quality and affordability as our Stone.

Moissanite Stone

Moissanite 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. Henri Moissan won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry later. Natural moissanite is incredibly rare, so moissanite available today is laboratory-created. After many years of trial, the particles Moissan discovered were successfully synthesized to produce what is now one of the worlds most scintillating gemstones. Moissanite is engineered to give the illusion of similarity to diamonds but is compositionally and visually quite different from a real diamond. The durability, brilliance, and color of the two gems are quite different.

The "secret" to the beauty of Moissanite: Moissanite is so beautiful because its crystals have physical, chemical, and optical properties with gem characteristics. This gem has a higher refractive index and gloss than diamonds, which is 2.639 times more amazing than diamonds, So the moissanite is bright and shining!

Our moissanite has its unique waist code, and it is certified by the international famous professional appraisal organization and the global gemstone Research Association (GRA).

GRA Certificate

Maxine Colored Stones

Diamond White Colored Stone Diamond White Colored Stone
White stones have the same brilliance and durability as natural diamonds but at a fraction of the cost. For centuries, diamonds have been adorned by women and men and were regarded as a symbol of eternal love. 
Yellow Colored Stone

Yellow stones are admired for the canary complexion they display. A Yellow gemstone is said to open the mind to new thoughts and balance impatience and restlessness. It is thought to promote optimism.  

Paraiba Tourmaline Colored Stone
Paraiba Tourmaline is a very rare variety of Tourmaline prized for its Neon Blue, Green, and Blue-Green Colors. It is considered to be one of the most precious and valuable stones.

Sapphire Blue Colored Stone

Sapphire Blue stone has long associations with faith and purity and is believed to help with communication, insight, and inspiration. The ancients believed that sapphires could help them to predict the future. 

Aquamarine Blue Colored Stone
Aquamarine blue stone was hailed as a mighty oracle and protection stone. The aquamarine blue was thought to cool the temperament and keep one peaceful and allows its, wearer, to be calm and levelheaded.

Pink Colored Stone

A pink gemstone is known as the stone of "gentle love", it brings peace and calms to relationships. Excellent for healing emotional wounds, removing negativity, and restoring harmony after conflict. 

Emerald Green Colored Stone

Emerald Green stones symbolize health along with various healing abilities. It is known to provide insight into the future. Emerald is also thought to bring wisdom to people and it is the traditional birthstone for May. 

Morganite Colored Stone

The morganite is a variety of beryl with a beautiful and delicate pink color, it was revered by the Jews as a magical stone, which was supposed to consolidate their faith in God.

Amethyst Colored Stone

Purple stones are as vivid in color and share the same significance as the real purple variety of quartz. Amethyst calms the emotions, encourages clarity of thought,and assists in attaining wisdom.It is also the traditional birthstone for February. 

Champange Colored Stone
Champagne display a rich and golden appearance that can be quite mesmerizing. Cognac & chocolate-colored diamonds have grown in popularity in recent years as brides & consumers look for nontraditional alternatives to their colorless counterparts.
Ruby Colored Stone

Ruby represents health. Hardest of natural gems aside from diamond, it is durable enough for daily wear and matches any fashionable outfit with its deep and vivid red color.  

Alexandrite Colored Stone

Alexandrite stones are a member of the chrysoberyl family. It is only a few privileged gemstone families by display a unique characteristic to change color from green-blue under fluorescent light to purple under incandescent light. 

Black Colored Stone
Black Diamonds are the toughest known form of natural diamonds. The best quality Black Diamonds are jet black, devoid of any visible white lines, and should be brilliantly cut.

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