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Nangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in gold

Nangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in gold
Nangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in goldNangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in goldNangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in goldNangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in goldNangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in goldNangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in goldNangi fine jewelry - pink morganite gemstone in gold

1.30 ct Peach, Pear Morganite

OUT OF STOCK

This loose gemstone is only available for a custom piece by Nangi Fine Jewelry. Select your favorite gemstone and then your desired design.

You can find all our previous designs in our  Custom Lookbook and learn more about the custom process here. Please note that every gemstone is a one-off, meaning that there's only one in stock.

Contact us to begin the creation of your dream piece and know that we are here for you throughout the entire process!

Details

  • Gemstone: 1,30 carat natural, pear cut sapphire
  • Color: peach
  • Dimensions: 6,95 x 8,96 mm
  • Depth: 4,01 mm
  • Quality: eye clean, thus no inclusions visible with the naked eye
  • Country of origin: Sri Lanka

To get an idea of the dimensions of the gemstone, it’s advisable to cut out the millimeter-measurements on a piece of paper and place it on your hand.

Morganite

Morganite is the pink to orange-pink variety of beryl, a mineral that includes emerald and aquamarine. Morganite ranges in color from pale pink to pink, violet-pink, peach, peachy-pink, or salmon color. Its color is thought to be owed to traces of manganese or cesium.

Morganite makes for a great alternative to diamonds when it comes to engagement rings, not only for its pretty-in-pink beauty, but because of its durability. In fact, it scores 7.5 to 8.0 on Mohs scale. That means, treated with care, a morganite ring can last you a lifetime.

Pink morganite was first identified in Madagascar, in 1910 and known as 'pink beryl'. Morganite was named in honor of J.P. Morgan, the American banker and philanthropist, by the New York Academy of Sciences. In fact, J.P. Morgan was an avid gemstone collector. George F. Kunz, the famous gemologist who headed the geological section of the Academy, said that Morgan was honored especially for his gift of several major gem collections to museums such as the American Museum of Natural History.

Morganite is a rare gemstone and it has been found in various locations in the world, including Madagascar, California in the USA, Brazil, Mozambique, Namibia, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Its wide range of soft pinkish colors make it highly sought after by jewelers around the world. It is perfectly suitable for everyday wear, and it's is one of the most popular pink to peach gemstones.

Mythology says the stone brings compassion, assurance, healing, and promise — all things that make up a happy marriage. It is said to carry an energy that can warm the soul of its wearer. It is best used for opening the heart chakra and it is often used to help cleanse the body of stress and anxiety. All beryl gems, including morganite, represent purity and potential. Morganite is said to give women feelings of independence from men.

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Finding your ring size

All of our rings are standard EU sizes. If you don’t know your EU size, you can visit a local jeweller and have them measure your finger or one of your rings to determine the correct ring size. If you are unable to do this, please feel free to use our options below.

MEASURE AT HOME

  • Take a piece of paper and wrap it around the finger
  • Mark the exact spot where the ends join
  • With a ruler, measure the length from end to end
  • Use the chart below to find the correct size (e.g. EU size 42 = 42 mm circumference)

ARE YOU GIFTING A RING TO SOMEONE?

Measure the diameter of a ring you know fits the person you are giving the ring to. Alternatively: choose the most common ring size (EU 54/17.2 mm/US size 7) and have your local jeweler adjust the ring if needed afterwards.
EUDiameter (mm)US
4213,42
4313,72,5
4414,03
4514,33,5
4614,6-
4715,04
4815,34,5
4915,65
5015,95,5
5116,2-
5216,56
5316,86,5
5417,27
5517,57,5
5617,8-
5718,18
5818,48,5
5918,8-
6019,19
6119,49,5
6219,710
6320,010,5
6420,3-
6520,611

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