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Morganite Gemstones

Perhaps holding title of most popular in regards to women's designs, the Morganite gemstone is far beyond feminine. Its exquisiteness offers a calming sense to one who observes such a gem, and perhaps it does so because of its relatedness to both the Aquamarine and Emerald, being that it is also a beryl.
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Morganite

Product ID: 4436
Carat Weight: 4.89
Color: Light Pink
$1,465.00
$1,186.65

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Morganite

Product ID: 3110
Carat Weight: 14.99
Color: Light Pink
$1,870.00
$1,122.00

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Morganite

Product ID: 2699
Carat Weight: 21.65
Color: Light Pink
$1,950.00
$1,794.00

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Morganite

Product ID: 1523
Carat Weight: 26.17
Color: Peach
$1,960.00
$1,568.00

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Morganite

Product ID: 4535
Carat Weight: 6.71
Color: Intense Pink
$1,995.00
$1,097.25

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Morganite

Product ID: 3639
Carat Weight: 13.35
Color: Light Pink
$2,670.00
$2,002.50

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Morganite

Product ID: 4502
Carat Weight: 14.00
Color: Light Pink
$5,600.00
$4,592.00

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Morganite

Product ID: 4473
Carat Weight: 18.50
Color: Light Pink
$7,400.00
$6,068.00

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The morganite gemstone is a member of the beryl gemstone family, along with aquamarine and emeralds. This gemstone is available in a number of different pink tones and was actually first called pink beryl before distinguishing the stone with the name morganite. The original form of beryl gemstones is a completely colorless stone, but as the composition of the stone changed, beryl became available in a wide variety of colors from green to purple. The pink shades available in the morganite stone vary from light pink colors to a light violet or even lilac coloring.

The stone is used for a number of different kinds of jewelry. It is well liked for this use because of the incredible clarity a fine piece of morganite displays. The hardness of the stone is rated between a 7.5 and an 8 on the Mohs scale. This means the stone has a reasonable resistance to scratches or other abrasions and is suitable for almost any type of jewelry setting. This gemstone can be cut in a number of different ways, but is best appreciated when used in a large piece as the color can be seen better and appear more vibrant in the larger pieces of stone.

As with many gemstones the value of a piece of morganite is determined by the coloring of the stone and the clarity of the stone. The color of a piece of morganite is considered to be the most important factor to determine the price of the stone. While for some the amount of transparency will dictate the price, personal preference leads some to color over clarity. Morganite can currently be found in a number of different locations over the globe including South America, Madagascar, California, and Maine where a 50 pound crystal was located in October 1989.

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