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Natural Pink Morganite, Square

Total: $54.00$898.00


Natural Pink Morganite

Morganite has a subtle colour that is due to the traces of chemical manganese. As it has a unique pleochroism that is pale pink and rich bluish pink, it is essential to condition the rough with care. This will then be ideal for fashiBesides, these are a gemstone that stands for love, promise and compassion. Still, the morganite stones in stronger colours are rare.

  • CUT: Available in round, diamond, square, oval and also in custom cuts.
  • SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 2.80 to 2.91
  • REFRACTIVE INDEX: 1.583 to 1.590
  • Birefringence: 0.007 to 0.008
  • HARDNESS: 7.5 to 8


Natural Pink Morganite gemstone varies from pure pink colour to somewhat Orangish Pink or salmon-pink tone. It never appeals dark and remains almost always in soft pastel with a maximum of three tones. Any saturation colour is extremely rare.


In 1910, it was a pleasant discovery by George F. Kunz, the chief gemologist of the famous Tiffany & Co in Madagascar. After its discovery, the company launched this rare gem to the American market. Its name was an honorarium for the financier J. P. Morgan, an honourable avid gem collector.


Morganite is a natural, originally purple to a salmon pink coloured gemstone. It comes from the mineral family of beryl that originates in unique sun shades of peach-pink or pure pink. Moreover, because of its delicate colours and dispersed shine, often taken as an alternative to precious sapphires and purple diamonds.


Though this gemstone no longer holds the value of being a traditional birthstone, natural pink morganite is still proving to be lucky for zodiac signs of Taurus, Cancer and Pisces.

Unusual Properties:

It is easy to discover the full-grown hydrothermally synthetic morganites in the market that go out for sale as real-like jewellery stones. Although, a lovely synthetic pink morganite will look like a premium quality pink morganite to inexperienced eyes.It is only with the specific gravity, hardness, refractive index and opaque nature of the stone that you will be able to differentiate between the synthetic and natural pink morganite. However, if you aren’t sure about whether it’s natural or grown in a laboratory, show it in a gemmological lab to correctly analyse.


Though the morganite stone is perhaps peach in colour, the preferable colour is pink. With the help of heat treatment and light treatment, the removal of yellowish components from the peachy beryl mineral is possible. Hence, the heat and irradiation treatments help to generate heat and get pinkier stones.


This fine and rare Pink Morganite stone linger on rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings or studs and other types of jewellery.


Morganites are adequately hard and durable, making them an excellent stone for decorating various jewellery types for regular wear. However, to keep the roughness away, the use of a mechanical system will be required. Nonetheless, a brush with soft bristles, warm water and mild detergent is enough to clean up.



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