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Morganite – color

Morganite most commonly occurs in pastel shades such as violet, pink, or salmon. These colors are due to the presence of traces of magnesium, cesium, lithium, chromium, and manganese. Sometimes, morganite can also be found in other colors such as colorless, peach, yellow, or orange. Due to its natural color, morganite is sometimes mistaken for rose quartz. Natural morganite is usually characterized by a lack of visible inclusions, but some stones may contain inclusions of rutile, pyrite, or biotite that are not visible to the naked eye. In some specimens, which are given a cabochon cut, a cat's eye effect can be observed. Among the characteristic features of morganite stones, pleochroism can also be included, which means that under the right angle, pink and blue reflections can be observed on the surface of the stones.

Morganite – application, price

Due to its relatively rare occurrence and properties, morganite is primarily valued as a collector's stone. Morganite is a jewelry stone that is mainly used in jewelry making. Its subtle, pastel color and elegant luster make it popular as a gemstone. Morganite is often used to create delicate and romantic jewelry pieces such as engagement rings, necklaces, and earrings. To bring out the most beautiful aspects of morganite stones, they are most often given a faceted cut and a round or oval shape. Natural morganite is one of the most expensive stones in the world, and the most valuable specimens are those with a deep, uniform color and a clear structure. In our natural stone shop, you will find faceted morganite in various shapes and sizes.

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