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Morganite is a semi-precious gemstone with a beautiful soft peachy pink tone. You may know more about members of its family such as emeralds, aquamarine, all part of the beryls family.
A LITTLE HISTORY
Morganite’s subtle color is caused by traces of manganese. Because morganite has distinct pleochroism—pale pink and a deeper bluish pink—it’s necessary to orient the rough carefully for fashioning. Strong color in morganite is rare, and gems usually have to be large to achieve the finest color.
MORGANITE JEWELRY QUALITY FACTOR
With a hardness of 71/2 to 8 on Mohs scale, Morganite stands right under currundums such as sapphires, and with its toughness graded as good, makes Morganites a great choice for jewelry makers.
A few important factors when selecting Morganites for jewelry:
TECHNICAL ASPECT AND MAINTENANCE
Few people outside the gem industry realize the true nature of a gemstone’s journey from the mine to the counter of a store. Whether the gem is being offered to consumer’s at a traditional jewelry store’s counter, an internet shopping site, or a television broadcast the journey always involves a great deal of effort. Tons of earth and countless hours of labor are needed to being a gem from mine to market. samNsue will only offer genuine earth mined Morganites, most commonly heat treated, this treatment is stable and permanent and undectectable.
Most beryls including Aquamarine are oil magnets, if worn on a daily basis while maintaining your daily activity such as house chors, workout, gardening etc...Aquamarines may attract all kind of residue and make it appear milky and unattractive. We recommend taking your ring or jewelry off during those activities, but there is an easy remedy if you get your Aquamarine dirty, a simple home made cleaning tips: https://samnsue.com/blog/how-to-clean-morganite-jewelry
OUR POPULAR MORGANITE RINGS
We have a wide selection of Morganite rings, many of those are even ordered as Morganite engagement rings.
The most popular and famous beryl is the emerald, a lush green gem often mined in Colombia. Also mined in Colombia and many other countries, the blue water hues of Aquamarines make it another popular beryl (What's Aquamarine?). And lastly under rated and we will be adding more of the yellow cousins of Morganite: the Heliodor.