Kunzite

Frederic Kunz, the mineralogist discovered it. The gem with pink reflections was initially confused with tourmaline, but by continuing the analyses, Kunz succeeded in demonstrating that it was a color still unexploited and unknown in the mineralogical references.

Depending on its manganese content, the intensity of its shade varies. Usually visible under the pink tint, its light will become stronger if the manganese concentration increases. Like most other silicates this stone is sensitive to temperature variations.

It is possible to vary its hue by making it much more vivid, simply by increasing the temperature. Its very particular color is associated with a femininity par excellence.