Chatham Peachy Pink Sapphires
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Chatham explains how their peachy pink sapphires come to life
Back in 2011, Chatham introduced Morganite to its list of lab-grown gemstones. The light peachy pink beryl is a highly desired color and quickly became the preferred gemstone alternative for engagement rings. However, a problem arose consistently growing Morganite in the lovely hue that gave it favored status for many. We had to find a solution that would produce the same color and remain a hard stone for everyday wear. Thus, Chatham Champagne Sapphire was born!