Morganite Value

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Red Beryl Faceted

.1 to 1 carat
Red Faceted
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1 carat plus
Red Faceted
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Morganite Faceted - Fine Color Morganite: slpR 3/4

1 to 10 carats
Morganite Faceted
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10 carat plus
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Gold & Yellow Beryl Faceted - Fine Color Yellow: Y 4/4

1 to 10 carats
Gold & Yellow Faceted
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10 carat plus
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Green Beryl Faceted - Fine Color Green: slyG 4/3

1 to 20 carats
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20 carats plus
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Goshenite Faceted

All Sizes
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Medium light to medium pink, clean stones with custom cuts are the most valuable. Very light and included stones are on the lower end of the value spectrum. As morganite frequently occurs in larger crystals, there is no exponential increase in price with size. Paradoxically, smaller morganites, if they show good color, can be more valuable than larger ones. In order to show good color, large stones must be so large that they’re impractical for use as jewelry. As is the case with unheated greenish blue aquamarine, a small but growing segment of collectors prefer the unheated peachy color of morganite and are willing to pay a premium to get an unenhanced, natural piece.