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  1. Is Morganite good for an Engagement Ring?

    Morganite works well as an engagement ring for many good reasons. But keeping the long story short, let’s introduce you to the major ones- aesthetic appeal, emotional value, and durability. 

    A standout among the many unconventional options, Pink Morganite Engagement Rings steal attention owing to their soft and pastel hue that exudes a feminine and romantic appeal. Beyond that, (in complete justice to their romantic aesthetic) they are highly regarded as a symbol of romance, love, compassion, and sweetness. 

    Besides that, Morganite strikes an above-par hardness rating on the Mohs Scale, making it one of the most durable choices of gemstones out there. 

  2. Can you wear Morganite Engagement Ring every day?

    Morganite strikes a hardness rating of 7.5 to 8 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale, which implies that it passes the durability test. So whether you own a white gold or rose gold Morganite Engagement Ring, you can wear it every day without worrying about the potential wear and tear.

  3. Can Morganite be cleaned and maintained like other engagement ring gemstones?

    If you’ve been wondering how to clean a Morganite engagement ring, you should know that it is not as tough as it may sound. It just requires you to swear by a DIY Cleaning hack and your Pink sparkler would look as good as new before you know it. Here is a small series of steps you need to follow:

    • Submerge your Morganite Ring in a solution of soap and water that has been heated to moderate temperatures. Keep it in for at least 10-15 minutes to get rid of all the accumulated dirt, oil, and grime from the surface once and for all.

    • If you can still spot some stubborn stains over the surface of your Pink gemstone, make sure to scrub them away with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Don’t miss out on the pointy ends since they are home to most dirt (especially if you own a Marquise or Pear Morganite Engagement Ring).

    • Once done, keep it under running water to do away with the residual soap.

    • Finally, pat it dry with a lint-free microfiber cloth.

  4. What are some popular styles for Morganite engagement rings?

    If you ask us, the best part about a Morganite is that it looks just as beautiful fashioned in any ring style. But you’re most likely to across (and fall for) a Simple Solitaire, Halo, or Vintage Morganite Engagement Ring. 

    Besides that, in terms of shapes, Round, Oval, Pear, Heart, Emerald, and Cushion Cut Morganite Engagement Rings are surging in popularity.

Morganite Engagement Rings

Our Morganite Engagement Rings are meant for the kind of bride-to-be who never leaves a chance to channel her feminine grace! To best highlight the beauty of these pretty pink sparklers, we handcraft them in an array of eye-pleasing designs ranging from minimal to extravagant and everything in between. Hop on to find the one that best commemorates your love:

What is a Morganite Engagement Ring?

A proud member of the renowned family of Beryl minerals, Morganite commemorates the month of October. It allures by showcasing the most stunning shades of Pink that range from pale to intense, pastel pink.

Besides that, the romantic aesthetic of these Pink Morganite Engagement Rings does complete justice to the symbolism that they boast. Let’s discuss:

Symbolism and Meaning of Morganite Engagement Rings

Its soft pink hue kind of gives it away that proposing with a Natural Morganite Engagement Ring represents unconditional love, compassion, joy, and romance. Besides, it is highly regarded as a symbol of innocence, feminine energy, and warmth. It even holds ties with the Heart Chakra.

Now that you know this pretty pink gemstone (and the beauty that it holds) inside out, we know you can’t help but wonder where to buy Morganite Engagement Ring. Lucky for you- Rosec Jewels carries the most stunning selection of classic, contemporary, and vintage designs that hold something in store for every kind of couple. Keep scrolling to see that yourself:

Our Stunning Selection of Morganite Engagement Ring Styles

  • Morganite Solitaire Engagement Ring

    Just like the name suggests, a Solitaire Style features the Centerpiece of Morganite that is mounted all alone in a (preferably) simple setting. Owing to the enormous size of Morganite (i.e., at least 6 MM or more), the Morganite Solitaire here is meant to steal the most attention. It is awarded as the go-to engagement ring style for conventional couples, and its timeless and classic appeal is the one that takes complete credit for that. Besides, thanks to the many shapes they are fashioned in, these Peach Morganite Engagement Rings facilitate you with a world of options. While those adorned with Round Cut Morganite speak to minimalist bride-to-be(s), fancier cuts like Pear, Marquise, or Princess Cut are meant for those who like to go beyond the ordinary. For lovers of all things vintage (without completely ditching the classics), Asscher, Cushion, and Emerald Cut Morganite Engagement Rings seem like a great fit.

  • Morganite Halo Engagement Ring

    Easily the most glitzy and glamorous ring style out there, a Halo encircles the Centerpiece of Morganite with a shimmering row of Diamond/Moissanite. It doesn’t just speak to the bride-to-be(s) who are all about the sparkle but goes ahead to lend your Morganite Solitaire more definition and (as an added advantage) the illusion of a bigger size. Interestingly, a Morganite Diamond Engagement Ring (with Diamonds set in a halo) also stands out owing to its color-contrasting appeal.

  • Morganite Vintage Engagement Rings

    A Vintage Morganite Engagement Ring complements the subtly romantic appeal of Morganite with ornate designs from the Art Deco, Edwardian, and Victorian Eras. If we speak more precisely, it is intricately emphasized with heavy metalwork meant to breathe life into filigree and milgrain detailing, abstract geometric patterns, and antique floral motifs. Beyond that, if you’re fascinated by the emotional appeal of Morganite Heirloom Engagement Rings (or even estate rings for that matter) that have been passed over for generations, these Vintage-inspired Rings offer a similar feel owing to their old-world aesthetic.

  • Morganite Three Stone Engagement Ring

    The new go-to for marking the big day, this ring style incorporates three (uniformly sized) stones of Morganite nestled close to each other. If she loves all things pink, this could easily be the best Morganite Engagement Ring for her. While you’re most likely to come across Round and Oval Morganite Rings fashioned in three stone setup, those adorned with fancier cuts like Pear, Marquise, Cushion, or Asscher are also surging in popularity owing to their unconventional appeal. What truly makes a Three Stone Ring an emotionally appealing choice is the fact that it commemorates the unique journey of the couple’s togetherness, with each of the three stones of Morganite representing their past, present, and future.