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Very Beautiful Morganite Beryl (all natural)

Pieces: 1

Weight: 214 ct @ $3.00 pr ct.

Size: 40mm x 31mm x 23mm

Shape: Rough
Clarity: Grade A VVS (See Clarity Chart in Picture 5)

Details Treatment: None

Origin: Gem ID: MORG004

Sometimes called “Pink Emerald”

Morganite - The Pastel Gem that's Pretty In Pink
Another underrated and little known gemstone is Morganite. It is rarely seen offered for sale in standard jewelry stores and is normally considered as collector's type of gemstone. Morganite is a pale to pastel pink member of the beryl family. It is not a common gemstone, but it is a gemstone that is much in demand. Because of its light color, it is not often seen in small sizes, but luckily many Beryl crystals are often medium to large, and so good sized Morganite gemstones are cut. As always with light-colored stones, the more richly colored specimens are in greater demand. Because of their greater depth, larger stones always show off their color better. The color of Morganite is usually a soft pink, but warmer salmon pink tones are also common in this gemstone. It is colored by very small traces of the element manganese which is in the crystal structure. Sometimes Morganite it treated with a light heating to remove the salmon or orange tone, giving only the light pink color.

The Worldwide Sources of Morganite
Morganite was first discovered in southern California in the early twentieth century. A rich gem find of gemstone deposits containing tourmaline, kunzite, and other gems near the town of Pala in northern San Diego County produced several new gems, including Kunzite. Morganite was an exciting new discovery from this location, and in 1911 it was re-named in honor of John P. Morgan, a famous American industrialist of that time. Prior to that time it was simply known as pink beryl - without any special name. Morganite was also discovered in Russia only a few years afterward and this gemstone commonly bears a different name in that country. Beautiful morganite gem crystals have been mined in a number of countries besides the USA, including such locations as Madagascar, Brazil, Mozambique, Namibia, Afghanistan, and Russia. Over the last century, Brazil has been the most important producer of morganite gem stones.

Metaphysical, New Age and Crystal Healing and Folk Lore

Morganite is known both as an angel stone and a heart stone. It can bring love to one's live or rekindle old love. As an angel stone, it is known to help with communicating with angels. Morganite also brings compassion, empathy, self-control, and patience. It can also balance emotions and ease the pain of separation. It has been said to be one of the highest frequency stones available. Physically, morganite is used for healing emphysema, tuberculosis, heart disease, breathing problems, and throat problems. Morganite is associated primarily with the heart chakra, and can open, balance and clear this chakra.

Very Beautiful Morganite Beryl (MORG004)

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  • Materials: Morganite, Natural Stone, Morganite Beryl
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