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Affordable Pink Morganite Jewelry


A member of the beryl family, morganite is every bit as beautiful as its legendary sisters: aquamarine and emerald. Offering stunning pink hues that range from the palest pink to vibrant salmon, morganite jewelry can add a feminine touch to any ensemble.

Morganite, first discovered off the coast of Madagascar at the dawn of the 20th century, is relatively new on the gemstone scene. With a gorgeous pink hue that demands attention, it's hard to believe we missed it for as long as we did. It has made the most of the last century though, as morganite is now one of the hottest and most fashionable gemstones around. Named for millionaire banker J.P. Morgan, morganite jewelry's gorgeous, opulent look really lives up to its namesake.

Quietly beautiful, morganite is a subtle yet memorable shade of pink that keeps necklaces elegant and bracelets dazzling. Explore more beautiful morganite jewelry options like morganite rings, morganite pendants, morganite earrings and even loose morganite stones. Prepare to look pretty in pink as never before. Morganite pairs well with rose gold jewelry, helping to bring out the metal's soft pink tones, but a variety of metals and colors – from white gold to sterling silver – are available as well, allowing you to pick the morganite piece that best fits your own sense of style.

Morganite jewelry is available from great JTV brands like Bella Luce, the Park Avenue Collection, the Artisan Gem Collection and, of course, it's the titular stone of Cor-de-rosa Morganite. If you find yourself still searching for the right color, explore similarly warm-hued gemstones like spinel, garnet, rhodolite and classic ruby, all of which feature red hues from rose and raspberry to deeper crimsons.