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Kunzite

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Structural: Kunzite is the Pink-to-Violet form of Spodumene, a lithium aluminum silicate with a hardness of 6 to 7. It’s crystal system is monoclinic. It forms as a prismatic crystal with vertical striations. It is found in granitic pigmatites, often in association with feldspar, muscovite, Quartz, Lepidolite mica and other pegmatite minerals. It can be faceted into beautiful Gems but cutting is difficult because of the Stones perfect cleavage.
Named for the mineralogist and jeweler George Frederick Kunz who first catalogued it in 1902. It has a glassy transparency, and forms in flattened prismatic crystals with vertical striations. It is highly pleochroic, shifting from pale pink to light violet and even colorless, depending on the angle of observation.

Metaphycial: Kunzite is a beautiful crystal, pure in energy and joyful in nature. In palest pink to light violet hues, it is a Stone of Emotion, opening and connecting the heart to the mind and stimulating a healing communion between the two. Kunzite encourages one to release walls built around the heart for protection, and to be receptive to the experience of unconditional and abundant love.
Structural: Kunzite is the Pink-to-Violet form of Spodumene, a lithium aluminum silicate with a hardness of 6 to 7. It’s crystal system is monoclinic. It forms as a prismatic crystal with vertical striations. It is found in granitic pigmatites, often in association with feldspar, muscovite, Quartz, Lepidolite mica and other pegmatite minerals. It can be faceted into beautiful Gems but cutting is difficult because of the Stones perfect cleavage.
Named for the mineralogist and jeweler George Frederick Kunz who first catalogued it in 1902. It has a glassy transparency, and forms in flattened prismatic crystals with vertical striations. It is highly pleochroic, shifting from pale pink to light violet and even colorless, depending on the angle of observation.

Metaphycial: Kunzite is a beautiful crystal, pure in energy and joyful in nature. In palest pink to light violet hues, it is a Stone of Emotion, opening and connecting the heart to the mind and stimulating a healing communion between the two. Kunzite encourages one to release walls built around the heart for protection, and to be receptive to the experience of unconditional and abundant love.

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Kunzite

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Overview

  • Vintage handmade item
  • Feedback: 114 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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in Fort Collins, Colorado

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