Morganite gets its pink hue from the presence of manganese or cesium in the stone. It's actually a pink variety of Beryl -- the family of gemstones that also includes Aquamarine, Emerald and Heliodore -- and is often cut to highlight its chatoyant qualities. Its color can be a soft pink, a warm peach, or some degree of pink in between.
Stones contain both translucent and opaque stones.
3 MM x 4 MM faceted rondelles.
16" Strand, containing approximately 130 stones.
Hole Size approximately .5 MM
These are Dakota Stones Premier Strands.