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- Round Morganite Cathedral Ring with Diamond Halo$639 - $3,099
- Basket-Set Round Morganite Stud Earrings with Diamond$459 - $1,539
- Round Morganite Solitaire V-Bale Pendant with Diamond$319 - $1,929
- Prong-Set Cushion Morganite Solitaire Ring$519 - $2,479
- Claw-Set Emerald-Cut Morganite Solitaire Stud Earrings$439 - $2,719
- Pear-Shaped Morganite and Diamond Loop Pendant$179 - $449
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About Morganite Jewelry
A pink variety of beryl, morganite was first found on the coast of Madagascar in 1910. This delightful gem was named by the American mineralogist George Kunz in honor of the famed financier and avid gem collector J.P. Morgan. The morganite comes in various shades of pink, with peach being the most sought - after and most unique. Like emeralds and aquamarines, morganites too score a rating of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness and make a great pick for daily wear as well as fine jewelry. Morganite rings, earrings and pendants designed in ornate patterns look like jewels out of a fairy tale. These designs look even more beautiful in rose gold.
Morganite studded adornments are immensely subtle yet glamorous. They are distinctive and go well with any attire and mood. At Angara, you will come across morganite jewelry that truly defines luxury in its simplest to elaborate forms. To complement the rare beauty of a morganite, our designers have some gorgeous designs, ranging from vintage to modern. The morganite rings are femininely crafted with split shanks, diamond accents and elegant twisted bands. Morganite is cut in popular shapes like pear, emerald, cushion, round, trillion and oval, and prong or bezel set for a delightful display. Angara's morganite solitaires and the ones with dazzling diamonds are perfect as engagement rings and for other important occasions.
Morganite stud earrings are simplified beauties, while the drop and dangling earrings are exquisite pieces. You can either pair the earrings with a morganite pendant or wear them alone. Our vintage inspired pendants feature a large morganite in the center with shimmering diamonds around it and on the bale. Also, we have the contemporary infinity twist and bypass pendants that are particularly elegant. Though rose gold is one of the popular choices in metal, you'll also find other appealing options such as white gold, yellow gold, platinum and silver. For a distinct yet eye - catching look, you can opt for two - tone gold. In addition to the metal, you can also choose the stone quality and the total carat weight according to your preference and budget.
Know Your Options
At Angara, it is easy to design the morganite jewelry of your dreams. Begin by choosing the gemstone quality you wish to go with. The quality options for morganite include good (A), better (AA), best (AAA) and heirloom (AAAA). Next, select the carat weight that fits your preference. Once that’s done, choose the metal that best complements the gemstone - 14k yellow gold, 14k white gold, 14k rose gold, platinum or silver. At Angara, we are committed to crafting exceptional jewelry pieces that exceed your expectations. We also offer free shipping and free returns so that you can shop with utmost convenience and confidence.
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