A Non-Traditional Engagement Ring for the Non-Traditional Woman
Morganite: A Gemstone for the Non-Traditional Bride
Is it just us, or has love been in the air this summer? As the heat and humidity reach stifling heights, we’ve seen an influx of love drunk customers coming to Worthmore to find the perfect engagement rings for their future spouses.
Everyone knows that choosing the right ring is the most important part of the proposal. You can make all the right moves and say all the right words – you can even fly her to Paris and propose in front of the Eiffel Tower – but mark our words, if the ring ain’t right, you won’t see a happy face when you pop the question.
Tracking down the perfect ring for your future spouse is all about finding something that fits her personality. Women who prefer classic styles are generally easiest to ring shop for. But if you’re shopping for a non-traditional woman who won’t be satisfied by a standard diamond, choosing the right ring can be tricky.
For those of you dating unique, one-of-a-kind, unconventional women: we have a solution for you. It’s called morganite.
Morganite is a wonderful alternative to the traditional diamond engagement ring. Formally known as pink beryl, this peachy stone was renamed by Tiffany’s famous gemologist, George Frederick Kunz, in honor of New York banker and gemstone enthusiast, J.P. Morgan. Morganite is available in a variety of rosy hues; from pale salmon to bright fuchsia, there’s a shade to complement every skin tone and personality alike.
We know what you’re thinking – an engagement ring has to be special. Aren’t diamonds the only stones that denote value and prestige? Wrong – the remarkably high quality of morganite makes it perfectly appropriate for an engagement ring. A sister stone to emerald and aquamarine, morganite rates between 7.5 and 8 on the Mohs scale, meaning it is tough and durable enough to last a lifetime or longer. Morganite is also celebrated for its notable clarity, brilliance, and luster. There’s no question that this is a superior gemstone.
The only problem with morganite? There’s not enough of it. As more and more people discover the appeal of this gemstone, demand threatens to outstrip supply – which could eventually cause prices to increase. Get it while its still available – and affordable – at Worthmore!
We recently assembled a custom morganite ring for this beautiful couple, looking for something unique to celebrate their engagement. We love how it turned out.
The two-tone rose and white gold perfectly complement the morganite center stone. You can’t beat this beautiful engagement ring.