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Large 1"-1.5" $8.50

Small .5"-.75" $3.50

Kunzite gem stone
Tumbled Kunzite
shape and color varies


$5.99

Rough Kunzite

Kunzite gem stone
Rough Pink Kunzite
rough unpolished chunks
approx. 1/2"


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Kunzite beads
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Size:

see size at photo

Color:

pink, violet, green, clear, yellow

Birthstone:

February

Planets:

Venus, Pluto

Chakra:

Heart Chakra

Element:

Water Element

Energies:

Love, Power, Good Luck, Healing

Combine Kunzite with:


Pink Tourmaline

to strengthen love energies


Lapis Lazuli

to increase receptivity to kunzite energies


Scolecite

to open spiritual realms with kunzite

$2.99

Polished Industrial Kunzite

Kunzite gem stone
Polished Industrial Kunzite
approx. 1"
colors vary from green to yellow to lavender, assorted shapes

Kunzite gemstone meaning

Kunzite was discovered at the Pala Chief Mine near San Diego, California and named after gemologist GF Kunz, who first described it after the turn of the twentieth century. Kunzite is an unusual, and rare, stone.

Wear kunzite to be blessed with good fortune. Its soft pastel colors symbolize purity. It can also be a sign of new life and is sometimes regarded as a symbol for pregnancy.

Kunzite is a calming, relaxation stone:

  • Releases tension
  • Promotes a peaceful disposition
  • Emits exceptionally tranquil vibrations

Kunzite opens the heart to all forms of love.

The gentle energy of kunzite helps to release blocks in matters of the heart and allows one to move to a more receptive state. It is an especially wonderful gift stone, opening a silent communion of joy and delight.

Healing properties of Kunzite

Gaze at or hold a kunzite to release daily stress, smooth out knotted muscles, calm nerves, anger or fear.

Sources of Kunzite

Kunzite is mined in US, Brazil, Madagascar, Myanmar and Afghanistan.


 

No claims are made. These alleged powers are gathered from writing, books, folklore and various sources.