Many people who aren’t prevalent in the world of gemstones and jewelry may not be familiar with the gemstone known as Morganite, but this gemstone has earned its way into the hearts and engagement rings of many. The stone has made its way to the bridal industry years ago but is finally becoming more of a popular choice. As a member of the Beryl family, Morganite Rings was branded in 1911, by George Kunz the most respected gemologist at Tiffany & Co®. John Pierport Morgan, a fellow gem enthusiast and financer of J.P Morgan Chase, was the sole inspiration of the name given to the stone.
Myths declare that Beryl was used to defend demons and evil spirits and that it can keep the owner safe during travels. Some stories also say that beryl is used to bring good luck, cheerfulness, energy, and eternal liveliness. Morganite is believed to nurture and enhance feelings of love and to increase affection and sympathy in a relationship or marriage. Morganite can enhance the wearer’s ability to communicate and stipulate endurance to help focus during stressful moments, especially if it is worn for a long time.
Morganite’s uncommonness keeps it out of the classification of a common gemstone. The stone is known to also bring recovery, kindheartedness, and positivity. This stone is the perfect way to personalize and symbolize your love for your significant other. Morganite is said to attract one’s soul mate or bring a couple that is already in a relationship even deeper into their love. In addition to these loving properties, Morganite is rare and beautiful surely making it an amazing choice for any jewelry piece but especially as a way to ask the love of your life to be your wife. The stones qualities are depicted within its physical beauty.
Morganite’s colors can range from soft pink, to peach, or violet-pink. Morganite is commonly heat-treated to remove any unwanted yellow tones and to produce the more desired pink color.
There are a number of options for the style of engagement ring that you go for, but the main issue, especially in this financial climate is the budget. The budget will be determined by the cut, carat size and the precious metal that you use to mount the gem. Obviously gold and platinum will be more costly but equally for a special ring that is going to last you a lifetime, anything less would not quite be up to scratch. The size of the diamond or the number of diamonds you have on your ring will also bump up the costs. Now remember that you do not need to stick to a diamond as there are so many gemstones that can be used in the perfect engagement ring. You can often find a smaller but clearer diamond or gem which gives more sparkle than a larger less clear gemstone, and it is probably better to go for the smaller one in terms of the healing benefits of a gemstone that a large one with imperfections.
In this article we are not going to go into much detail about cut or carat size as you will be able to get this information from the website or store where you buy your ring, however you should consider the style, which is what we will be focusing on today.