The blush and pastel gemstone for the perfect engagement ring

Also known as pink beryl/emerald, cesian beryl, rose beryl, Morganite was actually named in honor or JP Morgan by the famed gemologist, George Kunz. It was in 1911 that this rare light pink-rose hued beryl stone was given the status of a gemstone and sold as a engagement ring stone. This beautiful stone also has Orange/yellow varieties along with the conventional pink tones. The process of heat treating is used to remove yellow-pale patches from the stone and sometimes, irradiation is also for color improvement. The Mn2+ ions in the beryl are the primary reason for its pretty pink color and it’s beautiful pink hues have given rise to Morganite Engagement Rings.

 Myths and facts about Beryl 

According to myths, Beryl was used for defense, good luck, happiness, eternal liveliness. It is believes that Morganite nurtures and enables affectionate feelings, sympathy in a loving bond like marriage. Perhaps, it is this impact of Morganite on affection bonding that makes Morganite for engagement ring ideal.

The perfect moment and stone to sweep her off her feet

Morganite is highly uncommon gem and is not too expensive either. This uncommonness makes it a rare, gorgeous stone and is thus the ideal gem if one wants an engagement ring out the ordinary pearls, diamonds and stones in blue shades. One can easily get the stone cut and design personalized as well since oval and cushion cut Morganite Engagement Ring styles are largely popular. A host of differnet, feminine hues is available too as a range of soft pink, peach, pastel pink-rose or lavender-pink stones can be picked from.

Differnet options for engagement rings and other jewelry that one may want to gift the significant other on the big is also available. One may pick from getting White Gold, Platinum, Yellow Gold, diamond-stone, rose gold engagement ring with Morganite stone as they make the stone shine effortless. With a variety of cuts and carats option, huge and subtle sizes of the stones can be fitted perfect to suit individual preferences.

Pink stones, not just for women!

Numerous stereotypes suggest that pink color is just a feminine color but thanks to the modern generations breaking down these pre-existing norms, more men are embracing the soothing, pastel shades. So, a pink, oval cut or cushion cut matching engagement ring will also look great for the couple. This may sound highly unconventional since it is usually the men getting down on the knees in a romantic fashion but what’s better than wearing matching jewelry with the beautiful Morganite stone that defines the power of love and tenderness.

So, propose with a Morganite Engagement Ring like there’s not going be another day after this one and like you’ve never loved before and there’s not going be a love like this one with this subtle yet gleaming stone of good luck, charm and love.

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