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Introducing our stunning Blue Morganite Specimen, a must-have for any crystal collection. This rare and beautiful stone is known for its calming and soothing properties, making it the perfect addition to any meditation or healing practice. The soft blue hue of the Morganite is said to evoke feelings of peace and inner tranquility, making it a wonderful aid for reducing stress and anxiety. Each specimen is unique and showcases the natural beauty and intricacies of this special crystal. Whether you're a crystal enthusiast or simply looking for a unique and meaningful gift, the Blue Morganite Specimen is sure to bring a sense of serenity and positivity into your life.


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Blue Morganite Specimen

SKU: 5035
Only 2 left in stock
  • Blue morganite, a rare variety of beryl, is prized for its delicate blue to blue-green hues, which distinguish it from the more common pink shades of morganite. Its coloration is primarily due to the presence of trace amounts of iron, which differentiates it chemically from other beryl varieties such as emerald (colored by chromium or vanadium) and aquamarine (colored by iron). On the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, morganite ranks at 7.5 to 8, indicating a good degree of durability suitable for jewelry. It shares the same basic chemical composition of Be₃Al₂(SiO₃)₆ with other members of the beryl family but stands out due to its unique color spectrum. Found in regions such as Madagascar, Brazil, and California, blue morganite's rarity and appealing color contribute to its desirability among collectors and jewelry enthusiasts alike.

  • Blue morganite, like other varieties of beryl, is considered non-toxic and safe for handling and wear in jewelry. It does not contain any elements known to pose health risks to humans through skin contact or inhalation under normal conditions. The mineral composition of Be₃Al₂(SiO₃)₆, while containing beryllium (Be), does not present a hazard in its solid form as found in gemstones. Beryllium can be hazardous in industrial settings where it's processed in forms that can be inhaled or ingested, but this does not apply to finished gemstones like blue morganite. Consequently, it is widely used in various types of jewelry, including rings, necklaces, and earrings, without concern for toxicity to its wearers.

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