Morganite Fun Facts:
Morganite was initially discovered in the early 20th century in the state of California. The gem’s name “morganite” came from the suggestion of the New York gemologist G. F. Kunz in honor of the banker and mineral collector John Pierpont Morgan in 1911. Morganite's pretty colors are due to the presence of manganese or cesium. It is a peachy-pink beryl which is the cousin to more familiar beryls like emerald and aquamarine.
We are excited to say that all of our gemstones (both precious & semi-precious) as well as diamonds are all individually handpicked and selectively filtered by our Gemological Institute of America (GIA) graduate team members.
Numerous hours of intensive search are put into our selection process to ensure that our gemstones are superb in all facets of cut, color, fire, luster, and brilliance. Please note that we do not use synthetic, heated, or treated diamonds unless it is specifically indicated on the listing or requested by our valued customers.
To further enhance the shopping experience, each piece of jewelry and loose stone is carefully inspected by a professional jeweler to follow industry standard grading procedures prior to every shipment. We focus heavily on our internal quality assurance protocols in the effort to make certain that every customer is a satisfied customer.
Customer Courtesy Appraisal Reports:
Our Gemological Institute of America (GIA) graduate members can provide an appraisal report with each purchase for insurance purposes upon request. This service is free of charge as a customer courtesy.
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