Engagement Ring Gem Information

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Diamonds

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Sapphires and Rubies

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Morganite

Morganite has become very popular as an alternative gemstone for engagement ring in recent years.  It has a lovely range of pink to peachy pink colors and and is cut in many shapes.  We do caution our clients about the brittleness of this gem which is comparable to emeralds and aquamarine.  If you are hard on your jewelry or never take your jewelry off, this will not be a great choice for you.


Spinels

Many people only know spinels as the synthetic gem in their class ring. However, there are natural spinels that come in a whole rainbow of beautiful colors and are relatively durable compared to morganite, garnets or zircon for example.