Post # 1
with an aquamarine?
We are eventually going to change the morganite out because I was kind of disappointed in the lack of colour saturation, so either a deeper morganite or…maaaybe an aqua?
Pardon the “vacation nails”
Post # 3
It’s so simple and chic I think it could go with any stone. I love the light morganite though!
Post # 4
I love your ring, too. But I think any stone would look good in your setting.
Post # 5
Such a pretty ring. I love the morganite in it, but an aqua would look amazing too!
Post # 6
I agree with PP your ring is stunning as is. i think other stones would look good too. Lve the rose gold and twist bands!
Post # 7
It’s so pretty as is, but I have to say, imagining an aqua in that rose gold sounds amazing!
Post # 8
I like the morganite better. Maybe take a look at pink sapphires if you’d like something more saturated? Personally I feel like the rose gold and the blue stone would be a bit too colourful for my tastes.
Post # 10
I like how it is now. The morganite is very pretty.
Post # 11
An aquamarine would look beautiful in that setting – they pop against rose gold. You could try pink sapphire or a barely pink moissanite if you wanted to keep it pink.
I agree with you about the saturation of your morganite. It also appears to have a window (area where you can see straight through the stone). I’ll be very honest and say I think you can find a nicer looking stone, be it another, different morganite or something else entirely. Have you looked into precision cut gems?
Post # 12
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I love the morganite exactly how it is! I would go for a deeper morganite over the aqua though
Post # 13
I like the morganite in that setting. But then, for me, I like blue stones in a white setting.
Post # 14
@starla: Yup there is a lot of disappointment with the stone really :/ it kind of just looks like glass. I have looked into pink sapphires and pink moissys but then they all become too pink, like bubblegum pink and true pink without the peachy colour that I like about the morganite.
I have looked at lots of gemstones but it seems really tough finding a round, and in the right size no less! Not to mention, the right price. I am super budget girl. Any suggestions as to where I can look?
Post # 15
Aquamarine would look beautiful – my friend has one in a gold setting (it might be rose gold, I can’t tell, but the color’s very warm) and it looks beautiful. Another option would look pretty and would be more durable could be a peach sapphire.
Post # 16
- Wedding: June 2009 - Mountain Meadow/Mansion
I love your morganite (I am partial as I have a rose gold/morganite ring; I picked it because I liked the pale pink color)! I also have an aquamarine ring set in white gold with a diamond halo, and it’s not very color saturated either, so if you pick aqua, make sure you look at in in all lights. That said, I agree with others that your setting really could go with any stone.