Moissanite earrings are the latest craze in the history of one of mankind’s most enduring female body adornments. A variety of stones have been featured on the earlobes of attractive women over the centuries – since as early as 3000 BC, in fact. Styles have changed and returned over this long history. They have also reflected social and religious values, as ones found in ancient graves bear out.
Today, the stud, three-stone or solitaire moissanite earrings are all the rage. They are extremely glamorous, cost far less than traditional diamonds, and are a perfect conversation piece. It is hard to miss or ignore a woman whose earlobes flash with the ethereal fire that flashes from moissanite stones. Since they are available in far larger sizes than diamonds, they have a stunning effect.
Moissanite earrings are fast becoming a glamorous fashion statement. Stars from every glamorous section have woken up to the charisma of this fascinating stone – actress Brooke Shields, supermodel Niki Taylor, soccer star Mia Hamm, and the list goes on.
Just recently, Blair Underwood(star of LA Law and City of Angles) presented a spectacular pair to his wife Desiree on her birthday. Bradley Whitford (winner of the 2001 Emmy Award for The West Wing) did the same for his wife, Jane Kaczmarek (star of Malcolm in the Middle). At the July premiere of Bad Boyz II in Los Angeles, emerging Hollywood sensation Kiko Ellsworth wore a pair of moissanite earrings suggestively called “Martini Stud.”