Morganite belongs to the same gemstone family as emerald, aquamarine, golden beryl and bixbite. Among these beryls, morganite and the raspberry-red bixbite are the rarest.
Pink morganite has been a recent favorite for many jewelers. It has been seen more in fine jewelry use, and rightfully so, since it is related to both emerald and aquamarine. It has exceptional color, hardness and wearability. Although morganite is relatively rare, its prices remain quite affordable. Morganite can be found in very large sized gems, which often exceed 100 carats.
This makes morganite ideal for oversized jewelry - and for those seeking something unusual. Since morganite belongs to the beryl family of gemstones, it’s perfectly suitable for any jewelry design, including eye-catching fashion and cocktail rings.