Morganite is a purple, semi-precious gem found within granite, schist, and marble.
In Real Life
Morganite is a pink beryl named after the famous industrialist and gem collector J. P. Morgan. Like most beryls, its base chemical composition is Be3Al2Si6O18, its distinctive pink color and mild fluorescence under UV come from impurities in the matrix.
[SOLID_DENSITY:2770] Common to beryls. Range 2630 - 2910