What is Morganite?
Morganite is a pale pink to violet-pink variety of beryl . The beryl group also includesaquamarine and the well-known emerald. Morganite is therefore sometimes referred to as pink emerald. Within the beryl group, morganite is one of the rarest varieties, only the red bix beet is even less common. This makes Morganite a much loved and rare gemstone.
History of Morganite
Morganite was first identified as a species of its own in Madagascar in 1910. It was then called "pink beryl." It was soon renamed Morganite by George F. Kunz, a famous American gemstone scientist. He did this as a tribute to JP Morgan, an important American banker and avid gem collector.
Operation of Morganite
Because of its pink color, morganite is considered a stone of love. It is a popular gemstone in wedding rings. The stone helps to deal with stress and anxiety and cleanses the soul. Morganite can balance the masculine and feminine energies.