(Closed) Is morganite a good stone for an engagement ring

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
1654 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

Depends on what you do for a living or in your spare time. If you use your hands a lot for picking things up, heavy work, etc. it may not be the best stone choice. However if you barely use your hands throughout the day morganite should be fine.

Some bees have no problem with it whereas some do. I know I would have a problem with morganite as in my line of work it would scratch way too easily and I’d only be able to wear it when I am going out for something other than work or groceries. 

Post # 4
2610 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014 - Madison, WI

A friend of mine has a lovely morganite and rose gold ring, but tends to usually leave her engagement ring at home while working (she’s a massage therapist) and just wear her wedding band. Though I am not sure if that’s because it’s morganite or because ANY stone would get in her way while working. It’s a beautiful ring though, just seems like the opinion is it might not be a “forever” stone. Just depends how hard you are on your hands/rings. I think it’s a beautiful option though and if you really want one I would just get it. 

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