For women who prefer their jewelry to be charming and subtly stunning, morganite is a match made in heaven. The morganite gemstone can be found in a wide spectrum of soft pinks — some of which are purely pink, while others display a hint of lilac or orange. Many beautiful shades of pink morganite are represented in Ross-Simons' large morganite jewelry selection, which includes many morganite rings, morganite necklaces, morganite bracelets and morganite earrings. You'll find an array of mixed metal settings of your preference including yellow gold, white gold, sterling silver, vermeil and more.
The morganite gemstone has only been known as such since 1911. Prior to that, morganite was simply known as pink beryl — a descriptive term denoting its membership in the beryl family. The well-established beryl gemstone family also includes aquamarine and emerald.
Although its name is new, morganite is an ancient gemstone, in existence for millions of years. It's an excellent choice for jewelry, due to its good hardness rating and the versatility of its light pink hues. The lovely pink sparkle of morganite jewelry flatters any skin tone, whether framing the face as a pair of whimsical morganite earrings or gracing the wrist as an elegant morganite bracelet. Gazing at the enchanting morganite gemstone is thought to promote calm and relaxation, improving your mood and reducing your stress.