African Morganite – Light Pink – Fancy – 2.60 Carats

$ 1,840.00

Light pink shines in the sunlight, just like the rosy cheeks of a newborn baby. This beautiful Morganite originating from our new mines from Nigeria in Africa is absolutely stunning. A 2.60-carat gigantosaurus(not a real word but you know what we mean.), this stone is the perfect stone for that cocktail pendant or ring that you were always dreaming of having and wearing. Cut to the ideal dimensions of 8.68mm by 9.36mm and a pavilion depth of 6.27mm; this stone is cut in a fancy shape with a flower cut pavilion. The stone does have a unique natural inclusion, which indicates both the fact that the stone is, in fact, natural and also the fact that this beauty has a personality. The stone has not undergone any treatment adding to the value of the stone.

This stone has been coveted by many as it replicates the beauty of a natural pink diamond, but a much more economically friendly alternative. Guaranteed this morganite will not disappoint.

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Details and Specifications

Identity: Natural Morganite
Carat Weight: 2.60 Carats
Dimensions: 8.68mm x 9.36mm x 6.27mm
Colour: Light Pink
Clarity: Very Slightly Included
Cut: Fancy, Flower Cut
Origin: Nigeria
Treatment: None

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Identity: Natural Beryl var. Morganite
Origin: Africa


Carat Weight: 2.60 Carats
Colour: This African Morganite is light pink in all forms of light.
Clarity: VS
Cut: This light pink African Morganite has a fancy shape as well as a flower cut as a pavilion.

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The Morganite

Morganite was founded and named by the world-famous gemologist George Frederick Kunz in honour of his good friend and avid gemstone collector, J. Pierpont Morgan. Popularly, Morgan was the founder of the now Financial Partnership Company J.P.Morgan Chase. As Kunz was undergoing an expedition in Madagascar in 1910, he discovered the rose-pink stone. His previous discovery of kunzite in 1902 came into his mind, due to the similarity of colour.

However, by using his skills as a gemologist, his discernment that this new stone is miles apart from his prior discovery was accurate. In terms of crystal systems, Morganite is hexagonal, having a uniaxial refractive index, dichroic colour and double refraction. Kunzite, in comparison, is monoclinic with a biaxial refractive index, trichroic in colour and has double refraction. Furthermore, unlike Kunzite, Morganite did not fade in colour when exposed to sunlight, making it a practical gemstone donning contemporary pieces of jewellery.

Despite the common misconception that the Morganite comes in only a pink colour, the stone has two dualities. The first of is the traditional light pink, the second a mixture of light pink and light orange. The cause of colour being the Mn2+ ion. This, therefore, means that the more Manganese ions there is the more light pink in colour the stone is. Consequently, In reverse fashion, the less it is, the more of an orange tinge the stone possesses. A historical example is the “Rose of Maine”, a 30cm full piece of gem-quality Morganite…

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Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 19 × 26 × 4 cm



8.68 x 9.36 x 6.27

Carat Weight



Aqua, Blue, Light Blue


Fancy, Flower