Also known as “pink beryl” or “rose beryl”, morganite was named after well-known financier J.P. Morgan. It is a rare variety of beryl featuring lush pink, orangish pink, or peach hues. In recent years, the peachy pink gemstone has been growing in popularity with jewellers like Tiffany & Co., and has become a trend-setting engagement ring choice. It is also a great lower-cost alternative for fans of rare peach and padparadscha sapphires.
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