Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz: The gem with ancient properties 

    Rose Quartz has many properties and is since ancient times a very desired stone in many parts of the world. Civilization and Quartz go hand in hand for more than 3000 years, during that time, humans have found many ways to give this stone properties, meaning, and, use. No wonder, the soft rose crystal is drenched in love and harmony and has always had a calming and warming effect on humans and their hearts. 

    The ancient Greeks have used the stone as a symbol of forgiveness, understanding, and peace. They exchanged the gems as a gift of peace to settle disputes between one and the other. But not only did the Greeks have a great affection for this beautiful gem, but the Romans used it to symbolize Custody and Ownership. Egyptians had one of the most outstanding relationships with the gem, they carried the stones to prevent the signs of aging. 

    Like a field filled with blooming flowers in the sunshine of the warm spring sun – Rose Quartz comes in all shades of rose, like the flowers of the field. Rose Quartz can be smoky, cloudy, and clear in all sizes and dynamics. Crystals, stones, or gems, every Rose Quartz is pure harmony and helps to fill every heart with love. 


    Rose Quartz attaches to the heart and throat chakra making every stone a bringer of love and self-care. Its healing and anti-aging properties are notorious around the world, and they have been for a very long time. Few earth materials have such close interwind relationships in every aspect it can be used. The stone makes beautiful and highly desirable jewelry as well. 

    Good to know about Rose Quarz

    1. Is being mined all around the world (Japan, Madagascar, Brazil, and  USA) 
    2. Is being used in jewelry since 800 BC by the Assyrians 
    3. Rose Quartz is believed to help with pregnancy
    4. Is linked to the Greek gods Aphrodite and Adonis 

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