Morganite is a pink to orange-pink gemstone belonging to the beryl family. It is similar to emerald and aquamarine gemstones. Morganite pockets are found in abundance in Brazil, Mozambique and Madagascar. In recent years, Morganite has turned into a sought after gemstone, especially in wedding engagement rings or push present jewellery. In the search for something unique but not too far from a colourless diamond? Then a morganite ring would be the best choice for you. If you are not fond of vivid red pigeon blood ruby or an intense royal blue sapphire gemstone, then the light pastel baby pink shade of Morganite would certainly appeal to you.
Looking from geological terms, coloured gemstones like Morganite are rare than diamonds. These gemstones possess durability, brilliance, lustre and good hardness which make them suitable for daily wear.
During the selection of the morganite or other coloured gemstones, we advise considering coloured, lustre as the main priority instead of solely on symmetry, polish and cut like the diamond. Morganite can look brownish pink in shade, due to its pastel light colour inclusion in the gem can look obvious. This is one of the tips to help you pick the right coloured gemstone which exudes a brilliant shine.
Categorise as the beryl family gemstone, similar to blue aquamarine & green emerald. In the birth month gemstone, aquamarine is on March and emerald is on May.
Featuring a cluster morganite ring in flora inspired design with aquamarine and round brilliance pink spinel. Crafted in rose gold make a perfect match to the pure pink centre pear gem.
Push Present Morganite Ring
We have customised this push present ring in rose gold to impart an overall warm look to this design. Designed both the sidebands with pear-shaped diamonds. Polished to a bright shine, you will love the look that we have given to the band. A modern and timeless piece, this push present morganite ring is certainly, a memorable gift that acknowledges her great effort before and after birth of the newborn child.