Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink


These days, colored gemstones are pretty popular among fashion enthusiasts and celebrities alike. They are great as accents and add a bright and unique spark to any look. One of the most popular and bestselling colors is pink.


Perfect for days when you feel like red is too much and white is too light, pink is their golden mean. Demure and dainty, pink gives off a fresh vibe that’s also very versatile. You can set it against just about anything—shiny metals like rose gold and copper for a strikingly chic look, or white gold and platinum for a more elegant and romantic ensemble. 


Many gems come in this pretty color, and each one has a distinct character and sheen. Not sure which pink to get? Here are the top seven pink gemstones in the world of jewels today:

1. Pink Sapphires

We know rubies come in a beautiful deep red color, they come in lighter shades, too. Pink rubies are also called pink sapphires because they come from the same family. No, sapphires are not just blue. Pink sapphires come in a variety of hues, each one so delicate and romantic that they’re often used as engagement rings. 

2. Pink Garnet

Garnets are a group of different minerals and come in a wide range of colors, including pink. If you’re beginning to grow your jewelry collection, try starting with owning a piece with pink garnets. They’re very affordable and available in almost all jewelry stores.

3. Morganite

Because of its high-quality brilliance and sparkling clarity, morganites are treasured gemstones that can even rival diamonds. They come in romantic shades of pink, blush, and peach. This exquisite beauty is also a favorite choice for unique engagement rings.

4. Rose Quartz

The rose quartz is a beautiful light pink crystal. Known as the “heart stone,” this crystal symbolizes unconditional love and is a popular Valentine’s Day gift. It’s also used as a healing stone because the rose quartz is said to speak directly to the Heart Chakra. When worn, it emits emotional healing, nourishment, and comfort—perfect for those who are nursing a heartache or cherishing a new love.

5. Pink Tourmalines

The pink tourmaline is another crystal that speaks to the Heart Chakra. It’s worn to stimulate love, compassion, and gentleness. Tourmalines come in various shades of pink, from light pastel to deep, almost red tones.

6. Pink Pearls

Pearls are a classic staple to a woman’s jewelry collection. Aside from the typical white, pearls come in a variety of hues: black, yellow, golden, and pink. Pink pearls look great as necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. When worn, they match all skin tones and give a fresh, radiant glow to the wearer.

7. Pink Diamonds

The pink diamond is one of the rarest, most valuable variety of diamonds. They are extremely hard to find, and the ones in the market can cost hundreds of thousands per carat. They come in different shades, from very faint pinks to richer mauves. The more saturated the pink diamond is, the more valuable and expensive it is.


Pink diamonds are also an excellent choice for engagement rings. They can be set with other stones or displayed as a solitaire to show off its unique brilliance. For a more responsible option, many jewelry shops now offer ethically sourced pink diamonds that are created in laboratories. Like natural diamonds, they also come in stunning hues and intensities—without the need for mining. 

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