Morganite Engagement Rings

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Morganite is a popular gemstone used in engagement rings. It is a natural variation of beryl - a mineral that includes emerald and aquamarine. Morganite is prized for its uniqueness - it is a fairly unusual stone, although still considerably more affordable than diamonds. It can be found in pink, orangey-pink or purple variations, which are beautiful shades for an engagement ring.

They are fairly durable and suitable for daily wear. They require secure settings which may limit their use in minimalist ring designs, but fortunately their color goes well with when paired with white or colorless gems either as side stones or in a halo setting. They can be set in platinum or white gold, although a rose gold setting is also a great choice for those who love pink and a feminine, romantic look.

  • Is morganite a good stone for an engagement ring?

    Morganite has a glimmering effect because of the way light radiates off of it. This makes for a great sparkle from the ring that rivals that of a diamond. Even better, this sparkle is accompanied by a durable gem suited for an engagement ring and comes at a much more affordable price.

  • Is morganite worth buying?

    Morganite has both hardness and durability for daily wear, not to mention is a very suitable gemstone for engagement rings as it ranks 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale making it as durable as it is eye-catching. It also produces a high-degree of brilliance and is more affordable, the gem normally sells for $300 per carat with a custom cut, making it a great diamond alternative.

  • What does morganite symbolize?

    Being a variety of Beryl, Morganite has shades of pink, orange, and purple which are associated with the heart.

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