Morganite Gemstone Pair | 1.42twt | Round Cut


Here is a fine peach pink color morganite gemstone pair. The 6mm match set is round brilliant in shape and would look beautiful in a custom pair of earrings. The morganite is from Madagascar and is all natural and untreated. -Enjoy

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◊ Morganite Gemstone
◊ Carat Weight: 1.42ct total weight
◊ Cut: Round Brilliant Shape
◊ Color: Peach Pink
◊ Clarity: Eye-clean
◊ Measurement: 6mm
◊ Treatment: None
◊ Locality: Madagascar
◊ Stock No. 21116

◊◊ Photo Lighting: 5600k LED Daylight Bulbs

◊◊ See below for clarity grade description

◊◊ Due to the camera’s macro lens abrasions and internal inclusions are more noticeable in the photographs than in person. This is because the camera’s lens acts like a microscope and magnifies the gemstone.

Morganite is the pink to peach variety of beryl. The mineral family also includes emerald and aquamarine. Morganite is mined in Brazil, Afghanistan, Mozambique, Namibia, the United States, and Madagascar.

Clarity Grades:

◊ Loupe Clean – appears clean when viewed under 10x magnification
◊ Eye-clean – appears clean to the unaided eye
◊ Slightly Included – minute inclusions difficult to see with the unaided eye.
◊ Moderately Included – minor inclusions somewhat easy to see with the unaided eye
◊ Heavily Included – prominent inclusions that have a negative effect on appearance or durability
◊ Severely Included – prominent inclusions that have a severe effect on appearance, durability, or both

MJ Gemstones is a USA based gem importer and dealer. We have been selling online since 2012. Our goal is to provide quality natural gemstones to collectors, independent jewelers, and designers.

Each gemstone is a piece of art produced by traditional lapidary methods. The shape of the finished gem is normally determined by the shape of the rough (uncut mineral crystal). Standard gem shapes are pear, emerald, oval, round, heart, trillion, square, and half-round domed cabochon.

Natural gemstones come from many exotic localities around the world. Different mines can produce distinct colors of the same type of gem. Some of the more familiar places include Montana, USA, Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Russia, Australia, Sri Lanka, Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Nigeria, Madagascar) Brazil, Columbia, and Mexico.