Named after the famous financier, J.P. Morgan, Morganite is quickly becoming the new “it” stone. Its acclaimed pale rose hue is slowly taking over the jewelry market, from engagement rings to every day wear.
What is Morganite?
Morganite is a pink gemstone very similar in chemical composition to emerald and aquamarine. Also known by its scientific name, Vorobevite, Morganite is a relatively rare stone whose colors range from a pale pink to a vibrant and more valuable orange-pink. Morganite is mainly mined in Brazil, Madagascar, and Afghanistan.
Why Morganite is our favorite spring jewelry trend:
Morganite is a durable, long standing, and gorgeous stone, making it one of our top posh picks when it comes to jewelry that lasts. The color of Morganite is right on trend for spring, as pale pink is becoming a quick favorite in every market ranging from hair color to interior design.