1.17 CT. Morganite and Diamond Accent Quatrefoil Halo Ring in 14K Rose Gold
About this item
- Quatrefoil halo design
- Crafted in lustrous 14K rose gold
- 1.17 ct. t.g.w. morganite center stone
- 0.25 ct. t.w diamonds
- Center stone shape: Round
- Center stone setting: 4 prong
- Center stone size: 7 x 7 mm
- Diamonds color and clarity: G-H, I1
- Diamonds shape: Round
- Diamonds setting: Pave and shared prongs
- Diamonds quantity: 38
- High polished shank
- Carefully packaged and shipped in jewelry gift box
Look splendid and blush with glory with this brilliant cocktail ring. Crafted in lustrous 14-karat rose gold, it features an extra-ordinary morganite center stone, while shimmering diamonds decorate the plank and the surrounding flower petals. Morganite is a stone of compassion and promise and diamonds showcases brilliance and beauty making this piece special and luxurious. Pair this beauty with your favorite matching accessories and look stunning. A sparkling addition to your jewelry collection.
What is the history of morganite?
Known as the stone of Divine love, Vorvoberite or Morganite was first discovered in Madagascar in 1910. The stone was named morganite in honor of the financier John Pierpont Morgan who was a great admirer and collector of gemstones by the New York Academy of Sciences.
Where is the stone mined?
Madagascar mines are still known for the highest quality but have comparatively little yield. Minas Gerais, Brazil have since become the major source for morganite with smaller and less consistent findings in Afghanistan, Mozambique, Namibia, and the U.S.
What makes morganite special?
Morganite is composed from a pink form of beryl and is a close cousin of well-known gemstones emerald and aquamarine. The unique color of the Morganite gemstone makes it an attractive and revered option for jewels today. This captivating stone is found with hues ranging from magenta to rose to peach and there’s a shade for every woman looking to add splendor and femininity to her jewelry collection. Morganite’s strong durability gives it depth and hence it's used across all forms of jewelry be it necklaces, earrings or rings and even accessories.
How are diamonds created?
Diamonds are formed deep beneath the earth surface, created under intense pressure and brought to the surface by hot volcanic activity.
What do diamonds symbolize?
Diamonds have been admired by objects of desire since ancient times and have been adorned by women and men for centuries for many reasons. Believed by Ancient Romans & Greeks to be the tears of gods or pieces of falling stars, diamonds are also said to have influence beyond love. Diamonds are said to bring the wearer great strength, protection, and clarity. Worn as protection in battle, diamonds have been embellished throughout histories & cultures.
What inspired this design?
The design of this ring was inspired by a rose flower in bloom. A shimmering beauty with the combination of blushing pink morganite and shimmering diamonds, this ring will make heads turn each time you wear it. A must have in your jewelry collection.