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Be inspired by our most loved collection of Morganite rings
Our metals are the perfect blend of strength and allure.
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We have answered here the most common questions related to Morganite Rings
Morganites are a variety of the mineral beryl, the same species of mineral which emeralds belong to. They are recognized for their bright peach and pink colors. Morganite is also known as 'crystal of love' and it is supposed to cleanse the thought that don't support exchange of love. Pink morganite is considered the birthstone for those born in mid-autumn i.e. October 22 to November 20.
Morganites mainly come from Brazil, Afghanistan, Mozambique, Namibia but they are also found in the US though scantily. All locations have produced some really fine quality morganite gemstones.
The price of a morganite depends primarily on its color, clarity and transparency. The price generally ranges anywhere between $200 and $4,500 per carat, though it can go way beyond this range.
Yes, you can wear a morganite on an everyday basis. It's strong enough to withstand the rigors of daily use. Morganite is a very hard gemstone. It scores 8/10 on the Mohs Scale of hardness.
We recommend buying a morganite from a trusted source where you get a certificate of authenticity along with your stone. All of our gemstones invariably carry our own certificate of authenticity and most are certified by reputed bodies such as GIA, AGL, etc.
Do not clean your Morganite with any harsh chemical or petroleum distillate. Use a simple solution of water and gentle soap to clean and then wipe.