Add On - Kunzite B Grade 2pcs
I am loved, I can trust and I feel and abundance of love within me.
Add-on Kunzite to heal and restore trust in yourself and others. Known as a stone of compassion and forgiveness, this stone can assist you in moving on with grace and strengthening your relationship with yourself. Unconditional love and abundance is yours.
Unearthed in: Afghanistan
Approximate Size: 4-10mm approx
NOTE: We will intuitively select a set for you.
Kunzite is known as a powerful love stone, helping to heal and restore trust in ourselves and others.The gentle nurturing energy from Kunzite can be a powerful tool for love-conjuring rituals, manifesting an aura of pure love energy..
Chakra: Crown, Heart
B-grade kunzite shows a paler hue of pink.
Kunzite is the pink to lavender variety of spodumene; green is hiddenite and yellow is triphane. Kunzite was first recognised in 1902 and made famous by Tiffany's pioneering gemologist, George Frederick Kunz, who was the first to identify it as its own variety.
Kunzite can be irradiated and then heat-treated to enhance its colour. Both treated and natural colour in Kunzite can fade with exposure to heat and bright light.
The colour of Kunzite is saturated down the main crystal axis and it due to lithium.
MOH's hardness: 6.5-7
Crystal system: Monoclinic
Although crystals have survived hundreds of thousands to millions of years (wow) in our earth they are still delicate and must be treated with TLC.
Kunzite presents cleavage in two directions and care must be taken to avoid damage. What's that? Well it means there's a weakness in the atomic bonds in certain crystallographic directions... What does that mean? Basically it "cleaves" or breaks with relatively low impact or pressure. Try not to let it fall or bang against other crystals. Treat it with care.
This crystal also fades when exposed to sun light, so keep off your window sill.
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Yes, our crystals are ethically sourced & sold.
Ethical mining/sourcing refers to the conditions in which a crystal is unearthed and the people and/or businesses that do it. Whilst a mineral may be sourced ethically from the earth, many stones are sent to factories in other countries for cutting and polishing into spheres and generators.
The label of ethics also applies to the selling and consumer purchasing.
Crystals must be correctly identified, certified as natural with any treatments disclosed. Too often crystals are lab grown or treated in a lab and sold as natural. This is incredibly important to us (and our in-house gemmologist) so each piece is tested and certified and accompanied by and authenticity card.
We pride ourselves on our crystal ethics, from earth to home.