morganite


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morganite:

see berylberyl
, mineral, a silicate of beryllium and aluminum, Be3Al2Si6O18, extremely hard, occurring in hexagonal crystals that may be of enormous size and are usually white, yellow, green, blue, or colorless.
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morganite

[′mȯr·gə‚nīt]
(mineralogy)
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The collection is available through doctor's offices, salons and day spas and includes eye shadow in shimmery pink Morganite and medium-tone Irish Moss for a daytime look, Moonstone, Azurite and Heather Smoke eyeshadow for evening, Crushed Mineral eyeshadow and Eye Liner pencil.
Other members of the beryl family include aquamarine (blue to sea green), morganite (pale pink to deep rose and pinkish-orange), golden beryl or heliodor (golden yellow), and goshenite (colorless).
Science, with its rational, analytical approach, informs us that aquamarine is beryllium aluminum silicate, a member of the beryl family, and that its siblings are emerald, golden beryl, morganite, heliodor, and goshenite.
The development of the fiber was achieved through cooperation with Olan and Morganite solantes Termicos Ltda.
The majority have been for pegmatite deposits containing a variety of gemstones such as tourmaline, aquamarine, beryl and morganite.
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Both the crown and pavilion consisted of beryl (for emerald substitutes), topaz (for imitations of spessartine, tanzanite, Paraiba tourmaline and rubellite), tourmaline (for another Paraiba tourmaline substitute) and quartz (for imitations of peridot, aquamarine, topaz, morganite, amethyst, ametrine, bicoloured tourmaline and prehnite).
A few stylish choices: oversized morganite and diamond rings, pink topaz and diamond drop earrings, pink tourmaline and diamond pendants.
For the pendant, the main stone, morganite, is held in a setting of red spinels and sapphires, reminiscent of the elaborate heart-shaped patterns on the walls of traditional Indian buildings.
In the spring of 2010, the former Morganite Crucible site in Woodbury Lane in Norton, was acquired by Halls partner, Richard Tomlinson, on behalf of a private property company, with a view to refurbishing and reletting the various units on site.