As we announced recently, we are in the midst of rolling out white gold, palladium, and platinum metal options to our collection of morganite engagement rings. While we all love the look of rose gold and morganite together, our morganite rings also look great with either the all white or two tone options. I wanted to share some of my personal favorites with you.
This white gold morganite ring features a beautiful 2.50 carat peachy-pink cushion cut morganite. It’s classic and popular halo design with sparkly pave set diamonds.
This morganite engagement ring in white gold really showcases the 1.75 ct. peachy-pink heart morganite. It’s a lovely, romantic look, absolutely perfect for a Valentine’s Day proposal.
As I’ve mentioned in a previous blog post, I love this morganite and diamond ring. I think it looks great in white gold, palladium or platinum. So classic!
This morganite white gold ring features a 2.50 ct. cushion cut morganite set in a diamond halo with a wide split shank. It has so much sparkle, and I love that split shank!
This white and rose gold engagement ring caught my eye — it’s simply stunning. The rose gold halo features rose gold prongs which look great holding the 0.90 ct. round morganite in place. The milgrain and pave work pays homage to an antique age.
This rose and white gold engagement ring is another head turner for sure. The double halo is crafted in rose gold, encircling the center 0.90 ct. round morganite. I love this gorgeous look. Double halos are perfect for women who want some serious bling!
Please note: The option for an all white metal morganite ring is available only for rings with large center morganites (1.75 ct. – 2.50 ct.); for the smaller 0.90 ct. morganite versions with a halo design, a two-tone version with a rose gold halo is available. Our head designer felt that the smaller morganite, which is typically weaker in color, would appear too washed out in an all white setting. However, if this is the look you prefer, please contact us for a quote.
To order a white gold, platinum or palladium morganite ring, simply choose the corresponding metal option from the drop down menu on the product page. If you have a question, please don’t hesitate to ask us!
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