There's a reason some call morganite "the billionaire's emerald." It was American mineralogist George F. Kunz who discovered the incredible gemstone in 1911, when he held a beautifully gentle pink stone in his hand and immediately knew it was from the same family of beryl as emerald. Thrilled with his discovery, Kunz named this pink cousin of emerald "morganite" to honor his patron, the billionaire investor J.P. Morgan.
Our Five Fortunes Morganite Ring features not one, not two, but five magnificent morganite gemstones, each displaying the delicate pink hues that first inspired the famous mineralogist. This high-quality quintet weighs a total of 1? carats and is set in a genuine rose-gold-finished .925 sterling silver ring that we're selling for the investment-worthy price.
Morganite truly is the billionaire's emerald, so that's five helpings of 10-figure beauty on her finger for a price with only two digits.