Post # 1
Looking at morganite rings so in love with them !!! I just wanted some advice on where to buy I’ve looked on etsy does anyone have one from there good or bad ? Also the stone is quite cheap why is this it’s beautiful ? Some people say it chips easy and is not good for every wear is this true ? Also because its not very expensive I would like a larger stone – not sure what is too big that it looks tacky and impractical I would you to post PICS of your rings with the size if you could any help would be amazing thanks !!! Here are a few styles I love !!!
Post # 3
I don’t have a Morganite ring, but I do love them! Rare Earth on Etsy has some very pretty rings and I know that some other bees have rings from him/her?
I’ve heard that the color of the Morganite stone can fade overtime because they are heat treated to make the color more pronounced but I’m not sure if that is the case or not. If you want something a little more durable and not have the risk of fading you should think about a peachy sapphire EidelPrecious on Etsy and some beautiful rings(they are a bit more expensive than Morganite)
Post # 4
Yes, morganite can chip/scratch easily. I have one myself, but I bought it knowing it may need to be replaced a few times and I’m fine with that. So far so good. I bought my stone off JTV and had it set separately, but I think etsy is also a good place to look.
As @deadlyred mentioned, peach sapphire or barely pink/peachy pink moissanite could be good alternatives if you want something more durable, although they will be more expensive.