Clearance Sale - Save Up To 60% + Take An Extra 20% Off** - Shop NowOnline Only Price Breaks - Save Up To 40%† - Shop Now
 Basic Jewelry Care
 In-Store Services
 Diamonds
 Colored Gemstones
   Agate
   Alexandrite
   Amethyst
   Aquamarine
   Beryl
   Black Spinel
   Blue Topaz
   Canadian Diamond
   Carnelian
   Cat's Eye
   Ceylon Sapphire
   Chalcedony
   Chrome Diopside
   Citrine
   Cubic Zirconia
   Crystal
   Drusy Quartz
   Emerald
   Garnet
   Glass
   Iolite
   Jade
   Lapis Lazuli
   Lemon Quartz
   Malachite
   Marcasite
   Morganite
   Mystic Fire
   Mother of Pearl
   Obsidian
   Onyx
   Opal
   Peridot
   Quartz
   Rhodolite
   Ruby
   Sapphire
   Sodalite
   Tanzanite
   Tiger's Eye
   Topaz
   Tourmaline
   Turquoise
   Tzavorite
 Cultured Pearls
 Metals
 Watches
 Birthstones



Shop our Morganite Jewelry

A member of the Beryl family, Morganite found its name in 1911 when it drew the attention of one of the world's most esteemed gemstone experts, George Kunz of Tiffany & Co®. He named it in honor of millionaire banker and mineral collector John Pierport Morgan.

Legend says that Beryl was once used to ward off demons and evil spirits and that it can protect the wearer from danger while traveling. Other legends also state that beryl can be used to bring good luck, cheerfulness, energy, and eternal youthfulness.

Morganite is believed to nurture feelings of love and to increase tenderness in a relationship. Morganite can enhance one's communications skills and provide patience to help focus during times of stress.

Along with Aquamarine and Emerald, Morganite is probably the best-known of the Beryl family, though its rarity stands in the way of it becoming a common jewelry stone.


MORGANITE
Color Description
Morganite's color can range from a soft pink, to peach, to violet-pink. Morganite is commonly heat-treated to remove any unwanted yellow tones and to produce the more desired pure pink color. Morganite is rated at 7.5 to 8 on Moh's Scale of Hardness and is a durable stone that is ideal for all jewelry purposes.