Engagement Ring Spotlight #1 : The Peony Morganite Engagement Ring
Posted on 10 October 2016
For centuries the peony has been used in medicine and decorative gardening all over the world. Prized for its luscious blooms, sunset pink hues, and enticing scent the peony captures the hearts of many flower enthusiasts the world over. It has been used frequently in traditional medicines of Korea, China and Japan as a treatment for convulsions and is therefore named after the physician of the Greek gods, Paean. In Japan the peony is called the "King of Flowers".
This 14 karat rose gold and morganite ring reflects these qualities and adds a flirty charm to any jewelry wardrobe. Your heart will be filled with a song of praise and triumphant love whenever you don this enchanting ring. Wear it to lunch with your friends or take it out on the town, no matter where you go this 3.93 carat morganite accompanied by 28 colorless round brilliants will be sure to impress anyone who notices.
The peonies do not allow
The rain-clouds a hundred leagues round
To approach them.