What stones should you put in your horsehair ring?!

Choosing the perfect piece for your horse's tail hair also means choosing the right stones if your adding sparkle! So how do you decide? Most of it is personal preference but I've put together some information to help you decide on the perfect stone!


CZ Stones: Cubic zirconia (CZ) is a synthetic material made to mimic the appearance of diamonds. While CZ stones offer a similar sparkle to diamonds at a fraction of the cost, they lack the hardness, brilliance, and longevity of genuine gemstones. CZ stones may dull or scratch over time, requiring more frequent maintenance and replacement compared to natural or lab-created stones.cz stone horsehair rings

Lab-Created Diamonds and Gemstones: These stones are synthesized in controlled laboratory environments, replicating the natural processes that form diamonds and gemstones underground. They possess identical chemical and optical properties to their natural counterparts, offering exceptional brilliance, clarity, and durability. Lab-created stones are sustainable and ethical, as their production does not involve mining or exploitation of natural resources. Lab-created gemstones provide affordability without compromising on beauty or durability.


Genuine Gemstones: Natural gemstones are formed through geological processes over millions of years, resulting in unique colors, patterns, and characteristics. Each genuine gemstone is one-of-a-kind, reflecting the specific conditions under which it was created. These stones, such as diamonds, sapphires, rubies, and emeralds, carry a sense of authenticity and rarity, making them highly desirable for fine jewelry.


If your still stuck on which stone to select, don't hesitate to reach out and ask! I'm here to help you with every little detail of your special piece.

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