morganite

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Carefully selected natural peach-colored morganite from Brazil, the stone is clear, flawless, shiny and transparent;

WILLS JEWELLERY provides customized services to create your own morganite style. To ensure that the quality meets our most stringent standards,

WILLS JEWELLERY has its own workshop to create unique jewelry for you.

WILLS chooses sweet natural peach colors [Peachy Pink] & [Baby Peachy Pink]

The charm of Morganite lies in its unique color. Morganite colors can be divided into five categories, the most popular of which are pink and peach.
WILLS JEWELLERY loves Peachy-Pink and Baby Peachy BB among the peach colors.
These two colors are natural and unpretentious, no other gemstone can replace them, and the color has a feeling of warmth and happiness, which is very suitable for wearing as daily jewelry!

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"WILLS Peach Morganite Series"

The sweet peach-colored light emitted by Morganite is considered to be a high-level healing stone for love. It means the energy of love, can inspire hidden charm, and awaken the tenderness and passion in people's hearts. The sweet pink 18k rose gold jewelry series is for Your summer look is ready to match!

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