CZ Jewelry by NanoStyle
Nowhere on the Internet can you find a wider array of cubic zirconia or CZ jewelry like the collection you have here at Nanostyle.com. The store showcases cubic zirconia in love jewelry, zodiac pendants, and religious jewelry from Christian, Jewish, and Buddhist traditions, and also jewelry that feature universal symbols.
The allure of CZ jewelry comes from the fact that cubic zirconia is the most desirable diamond substitute today -- and with respect to some of its gemological properties, this synthetic gem is even better than a diamond. Indeed, it is so similar to diamonds that only well-trained experts using advanced equipment can tell these gems apart.
Of course, it is not the intention of CZ jewelry to pass off as a diamond. This can’t be, since cubic zirconia is already beautiful in its own right. If one were to judge the beauty of non-diamantine gems based on its diamond-like characteristics, then cubic zirconia is clearly the winner.
Another thing, there is a notion among collectors that the harder it is to obtain an object, the more valuable that object is. Cubic zirconia is also notable in this respect. To begin with, naturally-occurring cubic zirconia is even rarer than diamonds. Although it's been found in nature, it occurs in very small crystalline formations, so that it isn't viable as a natural gem.
The manufacturing process of cubic zirconia is also to be noted: CZ jewelry is forged in a very technologically-advanced setting. Although cubic zirconia was known since the 1890s, it has never been synthesized in the laboratory for almost 100 years. It was only in the 1970s when a viable manufacturing process was discovered in what was then the USSR. The circumstance surrounding its discovery was exotic as well Soviet scientists at that time were looking for new materials to be used for the aerospace industry. So CZ jewelry has traveled from space to your fingertips, finding its best use in fashion rather than in military function.
CZ jewelry when diamonds aren't suitable
People may prefer cubic zirconia if they think that the use of diamond is extravagant, or perhaps risky. As mentioned above, cubic zirconia is gemologically similar to diamonds, so CZ jewelry is equal to diamonds when one is judging just by the cover. People may also want to wear cubic zirconia if only to stay away from security risks associated with diamonds. In this regard, CZ jewelry is suitable for people (such as some teenagers, for example) who can't properly safeguard a valuable piece.
Some styles of designing jewelry may also be incompatible with diamonds. One example is when a jewelry owner wants to personalize the stone by engraving some design on it. This method may perhaps mar the beauty of diamonds. This isn't necessarily so with CZ jewelry.
In Nanostyle jewels, cubic zirconia is imprinted with a very thin layer of pure gold. Any design can be imprinted, including text and images. The print is done at very high resolution, so that details of the artwork are not lost even under magnification.
If you're looking for diamantine jewelry, there is no other store than Nanostyle.com the first and only to engrave 24 karat gold on CZ jewelry.