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Moissanite for Bridal

Fiery Moissanite: A Perfect Choice for Bridal Designs

Fall in love with Moissanite as a cost-friendly diamond alternative.

One look at the pristine brilliance of Moissanite makes it easy to understand its growing popularity for engagement rings, anniversary and eternity bands, and men’s bands. This gorgeous, lab-grown gem offers more than its across-the-room sparkle. Its high durability (9.25 on the Mohs scale) and affordability make it increasingly attractive to couples who want new choices for their bridal rings. Think Big  Couples vary in how much they want to spend on an engagement ring, reflecting their priorities. Today, many want read more…

Sell With a Story: Moissanite

Learn all about the radiant wonder of lab-created Moissanite

From the Stars: The History of Moissanite In 1893, French chemist Henri Moissan was examining rock samples in Canyon Diablo, Arizona. Peering inside a meteor crater, he came across a bevy of sparkling stones and mistakenly identified them as diamonds. They weren’t. These crystals were silicon carbide — aka, Moissanite. read more…

A Stuller Ring Story: Marci and Josh

Journey to a modern ring pairing with a nod to the bride's precious past.

Continuing our celebration of Stuller’s Year of the Wedding™, we are highlighting stunning engagement rings and the Stuller associates who wear them. Behind every ring is a unique story. The spark, the first date, meeting family members, the first trip together, the proposal. Everything from the moment you meet to read more…

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9 Things to Expect from Stuller at JCK Las Vegas 2018

Drop by Stuller's booth to explore this year's trendiest topics

It’s that time of year again — JCK Las Vegas kicks off today! This year’s tradeshow promises rising trends, current styles, and the newest tools and technology. So brace yourself and pace yourself. Develop a game plan and know exactly what you’re searching for this year. Time flies when you’re read more…