Pink Beryl named after the gem enthusiast and banker J.P. Morgan. The first Morganite was a pale rose-colored specimen from california where tourmaline were also found. Morganite is the pink variey of Beryl. It is a durable gemstone with a hardness of eight. The crystals tend to grow very clean and in large sizes. Morganite cuts and polishes very well to fine wet like luster. Morganite colors can vary from a purple pink, strong purple pink, slightly purple pink, pink, strongly orange pink, slightly orangish pink, to a browwnish pink. The most prized color is a deep pink and slightly purplish pink with good tone and saturation. Morganite occures in many locations around the world. Madagascar, Brazil, Italy, Mozambique, Naminia, Zimbabwe, Afganistan, and Pakistan.
Shape: Square Cushion
Clarity: VVS, eye clean
Weight: 6.43 Carats
Color: Peach orange pink; Strong
Beautiful peachy orange pink color; Strong. Excellent cut and polish. VVS, eye clean clarity.