The stones of we use for jewelry are sona simulated diamonds.
What's 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 Diamond’s 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.
Why choose Sona Simulated Diamonds?
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With proper care and cleaning, our jewelry can be treasured for a lifetime. Our stone is hand-cut and faceted in-house to shine brilliantly and provide a beautiful sparkle with bright, vibrant color. I have been working on upgrading our stones. Our stone in colorless form, which we use in our jewelry to simulate the amazing fire and brilliance of a natural diamond. We are confident that you will not find a better alternative in the market that shares the same quality and affordability as our stone.
Louilyjewelry Stone Carat Size Chart
This chart illustrates how stones of different carat weights and shapes will appear when viewed from the top down.
Note: It is normal phenomenon that the size and carat of each stone may have certain deviation. Thanks for your understanding!
Sona Simulated Diamond Maintenance
Everything needs maintenance, people need maintenance, and so do stones. In order for our jewelry to continue to shine, we need to know how to care for our stones.
Method #1: Do not bump into hard objects and do not wear with them.
Because sona simulated diamond is second only to diamond in hardness, sona simulated diamond is prone to scratching other jewelry. Although sona simulated diamond is hard, it is also brittle and can be shattered by violent impacts. For this reason, you should avoid bumping sona simulated diamond and wearing it with other stones.
Method #2: Do not expose sona simulated diamond to high temperatures and sunlight.
Exposure to high temperatures will cause the internal structural molecules of sona simulated diamond to expand, causing cracks to appear on the surface of sona simulated diamond, which in turn will cause stone to fracture, a principle of "thermal expansion and contraction" that is easy to understand. For this reason, you should keep it away from high temperature heat sources.
Method #3: do not touch acid and alkaline chemicals.
Acid and alkaline chemicals are corrosive, and the surface of sona simulated diamond stone is susceptible to these corrosive substances, which can reduce the brightness of your sona simulated diamond. At the same time, the internal structural molecules of moissanite may be damaged, resulting in the loose and brittle texture of sona simulated diamond. For this reason, you should avoid contacting sona simulated diamond with items containing acidic or alkaline chemicals such as cosmetics.
Method #4: Regular Cleaning
All gemstones require regular cleaning, and so does sona simulated diamond, which is oleophilic and susceptible to oil contamination. If you wear your sona simulated diamond every day, it is best to clean it every two weeks. A common cleaning method is to use a soft brush while rinsing with water. For better cleaning results, use a neutral conditioner for the stone.