By Michelle Graff
Three of the new Forever One colorless moissanite stones from Charles&Colvard
Morrisville, N.C.--Moissanite maker Charles & Colvard Ltd. recently introduced its first colorless (D, E, and F grade) moissanite stones. 

The stones are part of a new collection called Forever One, which joins the company’s Forever Brilliant near-colorless gems (G, H, and I grades) and the original Forever Classic, which has stones with faint color (J and K).

Because natural moissanite comes from meteors and is only found in extremely small quantities, Charles & Colvard manufactures moissanite to mimic the process found in nature. It is the only company currently to create moissanite.

The gemstones created by Charles & Colvard have a hardness of 9.25 on the Mohs scale and a refractive index of 2.65 to 2.69. Each moissanite stone also comes with a certificate of authenticity, a limited lifetime warranty from the company, and laser inscriptions to assure the quality of the stone. 

For more information about wholesale, visit the Charles & Colvard website.

“This journey has been 20 years in the making, since we first created gem-quality moissanite in 1996,” President and CEO Marvin Beasley said. “Through a longstanding partnership with our exclusive supplier of silicon carbide, Cree, recent technological advancements and ongoing dedication from our amazing team to better our best, Forever One is the finest gemstone we’ve ever produced and our first colorless moissanite.”

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