Pink Morganite, Emeralds Blushing Cousin
Why Choose a Morganite engagement Ring?
When you’re ready to pop the question, you may be worrying about ‘what ring should I get?’. It’s understandable if you may want to move away from a traditional diamond ring, to something unique. Perhaps you may not have considered it, but a pink morganite engagement ring is a fantastic option. Alternatively, you can combine traditional and unique, and have a morganite diamond ring! Such as in a Blush pink morganite ring,
What is Pink Morganite?
But what is morganite? It’s the pretty, peachy-pink variety of beryl, cousin to more familiar beryls like Emerald and Aquamarine. Also, it’s rare and found in very few places. The market for morganite, unlike that of diamonds, hasn’t been so controlled and manipulated. Many see morganite as more ethical for this reason. Also, morganite generally comes from more sustainable mines. For anyone looking for an engagement ring, but diamonds cause a raised eyebrow, a pink morganite engagement ring is a perfect choice.
At Amulette, all our gemstones are sourced using the Kimberly Process, and all our gold is recycled! So you can consider a white gold or gold morganite ring, such as a Morganite ring, guilt-free. As well as this, pink morganite is as durable as diamonds. Perfect for everyday use!
In summary, a pink morganite engagement ring is worth considering because:
Mined more sustainably than diamonds
It has a distinctive pink hue, guaranteed to turn heads!
Durable enough for everyday use
Far more affordable per carrot than other gemstones
Pairs beautifully with neutral coloured metals, such as in a white gold morganite ring
Hopefully, now you’re full of inspiration and have millions of ideas to help you pick your pink morganite engagement ring. If you do require more help, feel free to pop into our Teddington shop, or email us for any assistance or queries!