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Morganite Jewellery

Morganite Jewellery
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Morganite Jewellery

Find stunning morganite jewellery online and in store at Grahams.

Morganite was first discovered in Madagascar 1910, and in recent years has become a staple of gemstone jewellery. Its entrancing glimmer and colour make it a special choice for an engagement ring, or for eye-catching dress pieces.

The stone’s peachy hues make it the perfect compliment to rose gold, and a favourite in Grahams’ rose gold jewellery collection. Morganite's hardness makes it an excellent and timeless alternative that will stay with you forever.

Our morganite rings pair lavishly with diamonds and white or rose gold. Grahams’ morganite necklaces and morganite earrings too, marry beautifully with white or clear gemstones that accentuate its natural soft pink tones. 

Morganite pendants make for stunning statements, and lend themselves to encapsulating designs. And, if you are looking for morganite engagement rings - we have you covered.

Discover Grahams' vast fine range of morganite jewellery today. Stop by one of our five store locations or browse online. Sparkle now and later with one of our various finance options available through Zip, humm, Afterpay, Laybuy and LatitudePay or Latitude Interest Free. Receive free shipping when you spend $69 or more.

For Morganite Jewellery in Adelaide, Marion, Smithfield, West Lakes and Tea Tree Plaza, visit Grahams online or in store.

Is morganite a good stone?

Of course! Morganite has been used in jewellery since it’s discovery in 1910. It’s hardness and orange-pink colour make it a perfect choice for luxury jewellery.

Is morganite as expensive as diamonds?

Generally, no. You’ll likely find Morganite at a more affordable price than diamonds. This means that you can go for larger, more striking gemstones.

Is morganite a precious gemstone?

Morganite is considered a semi-precious gemstone but belongs to the same family as precious green emeralds and beryl varieties like aquamarine. Precious and semi-precious classifications can be misleading however, and often aren't representative of a stone’s value. Much value comes from morganites' unique colour and often flawless clarity.

Does morganite get dirty easily?

Most stones can get dirty over time. Morganite isn’t particularly susceptible, but may require a wash in warm soapy water if you want to bring back that first-time sparkle!