As the saying goes, a diamond is a girl’s best friend. However, a woman should certainly not have to limit herself to just one. While the diamond may arguably be the most favored of stones, there are other rare gemstones and lab made stones that deserve just as much attention, if not, perhaps, even more.
Alongside the dazzling diamond, the emerald, ruby, and sapphire are among the four that are uniquely classified as precious gemstones. Whether they’re cut or uncut gemstones, they have incomparable attributes that do not only make such stones highly valuable, but highly desirable as well. However, all these gemstones come with a hefty price tag that not everyone can easily ignore. Lab grown diamonds are also gradully taken over the market these days with its lower price and good purity. But relatively, they are still unaffordable to some extent. So here comes the Cubic Zirconia, a new lab made stone that carries some characters of diamond. To some extent, you won’t be able to tell the difference by a glance.
The diamond is, of course, regarded for being the hardest natural substance there is. While clear, colorless diamonds could be deemed the most popular, diamonds come in an array of gleaming hues, including pink, yellow, and blue, just to name a few. In addition to this, they also come in a variety of cuts, which refers to the shape of the diamond. Round, cushion, pear, oval and baguette diamonds are among the cuts that are most preferred. Baguette diamonds, in particular, are ideal for rings and earrings. Deriving inspiration from baguette diamonds, but using cubis zirconia instead, our Signature Alma ring, Tiffany cross ring, and Glizar Elle earrings resemble this glittering diamond cut and showcases it with alluring appeal.
While a diamond can certainly steal one’s attention, its alternatives will also have you seeing stars in your eyes. Offering you the same sparkle at the small fraction of the price, cubic zironia is often used on fashion jewelry pieces.
All of our GLIZAR cubic zirconia stones are top-tier in their class in terms of clarity, cut precision, and hardness. We only use the best of the best ones to decorate our jewelry pieces. All stones are also hand inlaied to achieve the highest precision and durability.