The New Moissanite Has a Detector Problem

When synthetic moissanite premiered on the jewelry scene in the 1990s, it was notable because it fooled thermal testers, the traditional way to separate diamonds from CZs. That resulted in a slew of new testers specifically designed to spot moissanite; for a time, even moissanite manufacturer Charles & Colvard, then called C3, sold one. But … Continue reading The New Moissanite Has a Detector Problem