Kunzite Gemstones

by Catherine Angiel July 08, 2016

For those looking for an alternative to a regular diamond in their engagement ring, a kunzite might peak your interest.

Kunzite is the pink to lilac colored variation of Spodumene. It was named by gemologist G. F. Kunz who first discovered it in 1902 in the mines of the Pala District in San Diego. Since then it’s also been found in Brazil, Australia, Afghanistan, Myanmar and Madagascar.

Kunzite is a beautiful crystal that encourages the energy of love, which is why it’s appropriately called the Stone of Love or the Stone of Emotion. It’s known to help its keeper understand and interact better with others. And to make it the perfect engagement ring, it brings love, peace and harmony to whoever wears it. What more could you ask for?

 




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