Kunzite was named after former Tiffany & Co. vice president, famed mineralogist and jeweler, George Frederick Kunz, who first catalogued the stone in 1902. It is a variety of the silicate Spodumene, and forms naturally as a glassy, transparent stone. It can be colorless, pink, lilac, yellow or green, with darker shades being higher in value.

Kunzite is photo-sensitive and prone to fading in direct sunlight.


  • 11mm Round KUNZITE - 8 inch Strand

    11mm Round KUNZITE - 8 inch Strand


    11mm Round KUNZITE - Approx. 16 pcs. per 8 inch (20.32cm) strand