Morganite is a gem known for its soft pink color and this one, at 9mm in diameter, is the perfect shade. The pink is evenly distributed across this stone with no notes of peach and I'm proud to offer it.
I cut this gemstone in a design called 'Ruination,' written by Arya Akhavan that helps showcase its beautiful color.
This Morganite has a few minor feather inclusions that are not noticeable in hand.
Beryls come in many colors and a few recognizable names. Belonging to this family are Morganite (pink to orange), Heliodore (yellow), Aquamarine (greenish-blue to blue), and Emerald (green). It's actually the trace elements inside the Beryl that gives it its color. In Emerald, trace elements of chromium give it its unique 'Emerald Green' color, while iron makes Aquamarine the well known greenish-blue. Beryl is a 7.5-8 on the Mohs Scale of hardness and should be treated with care if wearing in a ring.
2.34 carat Morganite
Cut By: Bryan Wiebe