Morganite gold ring with a twig effect band. When looking for a more unconventional engagement ring, many brides-to-be have their eyes on morganite.
The sparkling pink gemstone is an on-trend alternative to the traditional diamond, and it boasts its fair share of advantages over your typical engagement ring.
Rest assured, this beautiful and feminine stone will make just as much of a statement as any glittering diamond.
What Is This Pale Pink Gemstone
The Morganite gemstone is a pink semi-precious stone in the beryl family.
The Morganite gold ring is a very pretty pink and comes in a variety of colours from pale pink to peach gemstones. Did you know? The morganite is relatively inexpensive so you can get quite a big Morganite rock on a limited budget.
Classic engagement ring
A classic morganite ring has to be the solitaire a simple prong or morganite bezel set ring set into white, yellow gold, or rose gold. teamed up with a simple wedding band this can give you a versatile statement look.
1. The J.P. Morgan Connection
The raw form of morganite was first found in 1910 in Madagascar. This gem was named ‘morganite’ to honor the legendary American banker J.P. Morgan for his notable contribution of gemstones to the American Museum of Natural History.
2. A Subtle Hue that Enchants
Morganite is most coveted for its delightful hue that ranges from pink to orange-pink. Intense pinks in morganite are extremely rare. Only the larger crystals come in intense to magenta pink hues.
3. Sources of Morganites
Minas Gerais in Brazil is a major source of morganite. The rough magenta-hued stones from this mine score above crystals from all other sources.
4. Bountiful Benefits
Its soothing energy helps relieve stress and anxiety.
- Made from white yellow or rose gold
- hallmarked at the London assay office
- Gift wrapped