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For the past couple of years, we’ve noticed increasing interest in one jewelry combination in particular, rose gold and morganite. Jewelry designers like to create contemporary, modern pieces with this metal and gemstone duo, so it’s no surprise that we’re seeing a lot of younger jewelry lovers wearing these pieces. So why exactly are so many people fascinated by rose gold and morganite jewelry? Well for one, rose gold is commonly associated with compassion, composure, and warmth. The color offers a sense of peacefulness in a hectic world while also communicating luxury and spending power. We’ve seen rose gold incorporated into pretty much everything, from cell phones to household goods. Clearly, pink is a color that is resonating with consumers, so we weren’t surprised when our clients began coming to us with inquiries about morganite.
Morganite is a member of the beryl mineral group, which also includes emeralds and aquamarines. Prized for its salmon-like color, morganite offers consumers the chance to wear a fashionable gemstone at a comfortable price. In fact, some couples are opting for a morganite engagement ring over the more traditional diamond engagement ring. While we generally recommend a more durable gemstone for an everyday jewelry piece, morganite is a viable option if the wearer remains cautious while wearing her ring. Another reason why many people are turning towards morganite is that unlike other colored gemstones, morganite has a somewhat-neutral color that can accommodate a variety of different fashion choices. If that isn’t reason enough to make you jump on the morganite bandwagon, the gem is also believed to reduce stress and anxiety while also inspiring love.
As you can see, there are many reasons to love both rose gold and morganite. When combined together, this precious metal and gemstone create a gorgeous, contemporary jewelry piece that’s not only feminine, but sophisticated as well.