A person that loves the color pink personifies as loving, generous, kind, romantic at heart, friendly & has a very caring nature.
If all these personality traits resonate with you then we certainly think that these pink gemstones might too.
Known for its royal blue shade, sapphires can be found in an array of colors. Pink being one of its shades, has gained huge popularity among modern brides that love a little color on their traditional wedding gown.
The October birthstone, tourmaline, just like sapphire, comes in rainbow shades. It is one of the rarest varieties of tourmaline. It ranks 7.5 out of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness making it a very durable gemstone that can be used on a day-to-day basis.
Morganite comes from the same mineral beryl from which emerald & aquamarine comes. The hues of this gemstone range from a salmon color to light pink making it look incredibly stunning.
Rhodolite garnet, which means ” Rose stone” in Greek, is often called raspberry garnet because of its pink/purple undertones. Scoring 6.5-7.5 out of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness, these are not very hard but quite durable.
Spinel groups of minerals can be abundantly found in a range of colors from pinks, reds, and yellows to even blues. Spinels rank 8 out of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness making it a highly durable and hard gemstone that can be used daily and then passed on as a legacy in the family.
Opal, ‘The Queen of Gemstones’ is one of the most beautiful stones ever found; with its scintillating play of color and sheer range of hues, it is one of the most desired gems to date. The national gemstone of Australia is also the birthstone of October along with tourmalines.