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Morganite Gemstone Rings

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Celebrating your love with a gemstone has risen in popularity in recent years and our collection of morganite rings is no exception. This pale pink gemstone offers a stunning alternative for those looking for some subtle colour complemented by sparkling diamonds. Whether you're looking for an engagement ring with a modern flair or a dazzling gift with a difference, these morganite and diamonds rings are a bright alternative to some of the darker gemstone options. Browse our collection today to find your dream morganite ring and if you'd like something a little more bespoke, please contact our sales team to discuss a design.

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PDMG768W
A stunning Morganite and diamond halo cluster ring set in white gold
Only: £1,420
PDMG747W
A sensational Morganite and diamond halo cluster with shoulder stones in white gold
Only: £1,517
PDMG748W
A beautiful Morganite & diamond cluster style ring with shoulder stones in white gold
Only: £2,218
PDMG777W
A breathtaking Morganite and diamond double halo cluster with shoulders in white gold
Only: £1,650
PDMG746W
A stunning Morganite and diamond cluster ring with shoulder stones set in white gold
Only: £1,378

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Morganite is also known as pink or rose beryl, and is from the same mineral as emeralds and aquamarines, meaning it is of the same hardness on the Moh's scale of 7.5-8.

Wearing morganite rings is said to evoke a sense of peace and joy, and given the beauty of these pink gemstones, it's not hard to see why. They have become a popular alternative to diamond engagement rings in recent years.

First discovered on the island of Madagascar in 1910, this salmon coloured stone was named after JP Morgan, the financier, who was deeply interesting in gemstones.

The distinct pink colour of morganites is caused by the presence of manganese within the stone. Browse our collection today and find your dream morganite ring.