Emerald and aquamarine are the other two gemstones thought comparable to morganite. Its definitely the least known gemstone from the colorful and stunning group of the beryls. Prized possessions of jewel collectors due to its scarcity, Morganite is a gem to behold. Typically free of inclusions many women flock to morganite for it’s precious pink tones that radiate charm and tenderness.
Morganite was first discovered in California in the early 20th century and then in Madagascar. You can also find small deposits in Russia, China, Brazil, Mozambique, Namibia and Afghanistan. Quality morganite remains pretty rare and there aren’t enough regular-sized stones for use in manufactured jewelry.
You can find these awesome collectible gems yourself, at the OceanView Mine!
Pala’s last active Gem mine!
Don’t miss out on getting some of your very own morganite!!
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