17 ct Morganite & Diamond Dangle Earrings 18K

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These are AAA (best quality and color) sparkling baby pink morganites, cut perfectly in brilliant pear shapes set in our diamond basket setting with a beautiful row of sparkling diamonds around the sides and dangling from beautiful diamond lever backs. We have added a beautiful crisscross gold gallery in back to finish for a one-of-a-kind designer look from every angle all in solid 18K rose gold. They are stunning and have incredible sparkle with the diamonds complementing the beautiful morganites. 


Natural Morganites

Weight: 17.66 cttw (approx.)

Color: Beautiful Pink

Cut: Pear cut

Size (L x W x D) 23.17 x 10.10 x 7.12 mm

Origin: Brazil

Treatment: None


Metal: 18K Rose Gold

Accents: Diamonds

Weight: 1.250 cttw

Clarity/Color: VVS-VS/F

Earring Length: 38 mm Top to Bottom (1.5")

Lever Backs

More About Morganites

Morganite is a member of the beryl family, with emerald, aquamarine, heliodor and others as siblings. The Morganite variety of beryls are usually a peach or pink color and they make beautiful, durable jewelry.

Morganites were named after J.P. Morgan and discovered by George Kuntz, the same man that discovered Kunzite (Spodumene). Kutz discovered the "rose beryl" in Madagascar in 1910, and proposed the name morganite at a meeting of the New York Academy of Sciences to honor his friend and benefactor J.P. Morgan for his financial support, and his gifts of gems to the American Museum of Natural History in New York. When George Kunz discovered Kunzite in San Diego County in 1902, Tiffany & Co. named it "Kunzite" and J.P. Morgan felt slighted. The very next discovery was the rose beryl and happily named Morganite.

Today, Morganite is used by designers all over the world and makes spectacular and durable jewelry.