approximately 36 beads per strand
Morganite is a beautiful pastel stone, often appearing as pale pink or blue. It is most commonly sourced today in southern Brazil, but was discovered in the Pala Native American Reservation near San Diego, California. First discovered in 1910, this stone was named after American banker and gemstone collector J.P. Morgan. Morganite would be a great symbol for navigating legal or financial agreements, such as new business owners, since it represents fairness. It is also thought to hold metaphysical healing properties that can enhance our empathy and compassion for others.