The gemstone was named after J.P. Morgan, an American financier and gem enthusiast who played a significant role in promoting the arts and sciences. Morganite was first discovered in Madagascar in the early 20th century, but it can also be found in various other locations worldwide, including Brazil, Afghanistan, Mozambique, and the United States.
Morganite is a pink to peach color variety of beryl family forming prismatic and oftenly tabular crystals. This particular specimen is an incredible colorful specimen featuring gem Morganite crystal nicely combined with purple lepidolite and quartz. The Morganite crystal has perfect glassy faces with smooth flat termination and excellent transparency. It's well crystalized all around with no demage or any repair.
Morganite with Lepidolite and Quartz from Afghanistan
||H: 5 x W: 8 x D: 1.5 cm
||Darrah I Pech, Chapa Dara District, Kunnar Province, Afghanistan
Morganite: is named after the American collector J.P Morgan. Morganite, also known as "pink beryl", "pink emerald", "rose beryl", and "cesian beryl", is a rare light pink to a rose-colored gem-quality variety of beryl. Yellow/Orange varieties of morganite can also be found, and color banding is common.
Morganite, with its apparent, peach-pink innocence embodies the first pale rays of sunrise that warms the soul, releasing a sense of smallness in the vast universe. This is a Pink Morganite Crystal of Divine Love. It brings assurance, compassion, healing, and promise. With its gentle pink energy, Pink Morganite attunes to the Heart Chakra. It cleanses the emotional body of anxiety and stress.
This Pink Morganite Crystal also attracts an abundance of love into one’s life. It encourages loving thoughts and actions, being receptive to love from others.
Pink Morganite Crystals Crystal:
||Be3 Al2 Si6 O18
||2.71 - 2.90
||7.5 - 8
||Soft pink to violet, also salmon-colored
||Transparent to Translucent