Pink Morganite is a popular gemstone that has been used in jewelry for centuries. George Kunz proposed the name morganite at a meeting of the New York Academy of Sciences on 5 December 1910 to honor his friend and customer J.P. Morgan for his financial support for the arts and sciences, and his important gifts of gems. Pink Morganite is found in a variety of colors, from pale pink to deep raspberry. It is a relatively hard gemstone, and it can be cut into a variety of shapes. It is said to represent love and compassion, and it is believed to have a calming effect on the wearer. If you are looking for a unique piece of jewelry, consider a pink Morganite gemstone.