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Rhodonite - color

Rhodonite gemstone most commonly occurs in pink, dark red, red, and raspberry colors. On the surface of rhodonite stones, one can observe black dendritic inclusions and white veins, creating unique patterns. The presence of manganese in its structure accounts for the color of rhodonite, while black inclusions result from manganese oxides. The most valuable specimens of rhodonite are those with high transparency and intense color. Rhodonite is characterized by the fact that no two stones are alike, as each has unique, non-repeating patterns.

Rhodonite - uses

Since ancient times, rhodonite has been a prized stone, used in amulets or talismans, among other things. Sometimes it is used in the production of glazes and paint pigments. Due to its attractive natural appearance, rhodonite is valued as an ornamental stone used in the production of vases, sculptures, or columns in palaces. Rhodonite is also a valuable and sought-after collector's stone. However, most commonly, rhodonite stones are used in creating unique jewelry designs, such as earrings, necklaces, or bracelets. Rhodonite pairs well with other natural gemstones such as agate, sunstone, jadeite, or moonstone in jewelry. Cabochon cut is often applied to rhodonite to showcase its most beautiful patterns. In our store, you can find rhodonite cabochons in various sizes.

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