Known as a stone of unconditional love, the soft, serene energies of pretty pale pink kunzite are believed to calm your emotions and promote tranquility and peace.
How And Where Kunzite Is Formed
Ranging in colour from pale pink to violet, kunzite is a variety of the mineral Spodumene. One of its identifying features is an optical phenomenon known as pleochroism, which causes the crystal's colour to intensify when it is viewed at certain angles.
Named after the famous jeweller who identified it, George Frederick Kunz, kunzite was only discovered just over 100 years ago making it one of the youngest gems on the market. First discovered in the USA, most of today’s kunzite is mined in Brazil, Afghanistan, and Madagascar.
Kunzite Meanings, Properties And Energies
Known as a stone of unconditional love, kunzite is said to encourage loving thoughts, communication and self-expression. It is believed to awaken the heart chakra and align it with the upper chakras, connecting you to universal love.
Kunzite is thought to calm your emotions and promote tranquillity and peace.
Caring for your kunzite jewellery
All jewellery is delicate, so please handle it with care. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may cause kunzite crystals to fade over time, so always store your jewellery in the box and zip lock back it arrives in to protect it against damage, moisture and UV rays.