Morganite engagement rings are beautiful and unique engagement rings that are increasing in popularity. What is morganite? Morganite is from the beryl family and is light pink to rose gold in color. Sometimes morganite can have a peachy color as well. According to Wikipedia, it was named by The New York Academy of Sciences in December of 1910 for J. P. Morgan. Recently we added morganite and rose gold diamond engagement rings to deBebians and the response from our customers has been amazing! Here are my top three morganite engagement rings…
This beautiful rose gold ring set with diamonds and a 2.50ct round morganite is a fabulous piece for the price! All of the diamonds are expertly set by our master pave diamond setter and the fine milgrain detail gives an antique look to the ring. This is a split shank too but there is also an inner curve to the ring that features pave diamonds. Be sure to check out the video of this ring!
This halo morganite and diamond rose gold engagement ring is one of my favorites because the diamonds in the halo surrounding the morganite are a bit larger. I also love the baguette diamonds which give a great contrast to this morganite ring.
I love this ring because of the curved split shank with pave set diamonds that leads up to a halo of diamonds surrounding the 2.50ct morganite center stone. This is one of our most popular engagement rings and that is why we now offer it in rose gold with morganite. The split shank with a halo of diamonds is really hot and very popular.
Be sure to check out our growing selection of morganite and rose gold diamond accented engagement rings. We are constantly updating and adding rings to this section. If you do not see exactly what you are looking for, be sure to contact us as we can make the engagement ring of your dreams!
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