Morganites have recently captured the hearts of those who are the “forever romantics”. This blush pink to peach gemstone is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative engagement ring being associated with the heart chakra and “unconditional love”.
Morganite is part of the beryl mineral family (which makes it a “sister” to the well loved Aquamarines and Emeralds). However, unlike emeralds, which tend to have a lot of inclusions, morganite gemstones are relatively free of inclusions, making them more eye-appealing and easier to care for.
Ranking in the range of 7.5 - 8 on Mohs hardness scale it lends itself to be an ideal piece to be worn and enjoyed daily.