Moissanite Wedding Rings for Her
Posted on January 24 2019
We currently have a Valentine's Day sale going on! We're offering 15% off of loose moissanite and moissanite wedding bands now until February 4, 2019 when you use coupon code LOVE15. View all of our Valentine's Day sale items here. Learn more about our favorite selection of moissanite rings below.
We have had such a high demand for moissanite wedding bands that we decided to create an entirely new section dedicated to them! We use ethically sourced moissanite, which is manufactured by Charles & Colvard. We have a selection of eternity bands and five stone rings that each feature Forever One moissanite, which is near colorless. If you’re new to discovering moissanite, I recommend reading more about this beautiful gemstone on our moissanite education page. Below are just a few of the women’s wedding band options that are set with sparkling moissanite stones.
1. 2.5mm Forever One Moissanite U Pave Eternity Ring
This is one of our most popular wedding band designs and it’s easy to see why. U pave eternity rings have a delicacy about them and I personally love them–I have a rose gold u pave eternity band as my wedding band. This ring has a 3mm width and will have the diamond equivalent weight of 1.50 cttw.
2. 3.5mm Forever One Moissanite Round Five Stone Ring
If you prefer the look of a five stone ring then this is a wonderful option. The ring may be ordered in your choice of a shared prong setting or a u prong setting (shown). The band’s width measures approximately 3.5mm, making it ideal to be worn next to an array of different engagement ring settings. However, this ring is also an appropriate wedding anniversary gift for your partner.
3. Forever One Moissanite 4mm Round Eternity Ring
This eternity ring is a classic, timeless style. You may choose between a shared prong setting (shown) and the buttercup setting. The ring features a diamond equivalent weight of 3.70 cttw with each stone measuring 4mm. Choose the finger size and metal type to complete your purchase.
Edit: This article was originally published on October 26, 2016 and was updated with new information on January 24, 2019.