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blue kyanite pendant
blue kyanite pendant
blue kyanite pendant back with plumeria cutout
blue kyanite pendant back with plumeria cutout

Blue Kyanite Pendant


This freeform Blue Kyanite Pendant exhibits a gorgeous denim-colored shimmering effect due to its bladed crystal growth habit.   A peekaboo plumeria cutout on the back of the sterling silver setting shows off even more of this blue kyanite and adds a bit of the tropics near to your heart.  Pair this lovely pendant with any outfit from jeans and a t-shirt to a flowery sundress or button-up shirt.

Kyanite is said to be a crystal with a very soothing, calming energy.


  • Sterling and fine silver
  • 5/8" wide by 1-3/8" drop
  • Sterling silver chain in your choice of length.

 Not hallmarked due to FTC regulations.

 Gemstone information:

Kyanite is an aluminum silicate mineral that’s difficult to facet because of its perfect cleavage and variable hardness.   Its typical growth habit is in long bladed crystals, though it can also be found in a radiating mass of crystals.   When cut, it is harder or softer depending on the direction of the cut.

Kyanite most often occurs in various shades of blue.   It is also found in colorless, white, gray, green, yellow or orange.   While the colorless form is the rarest color of kyanite, the most desirable and valuable color is sapphire-like blue.   Color is often inconsistent and unevenly distributed.   Color zoning is common with most stones, which means that they exhibit multiple shades of blue in a single specimen.   Streaks and blotches are common and typically white, but streaks may also form in other colors.    Almost all kyanite stones will exhibit some visible flaws.   Color zoning is often mistaken for internal inclusions.

Some of the most important kayanite deposits include Austria, Burma, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Kenya, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, Tanzania, the United States (Connecticut, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Georgia) and Zimbabwe.

Kyanite also has heat resistant properties, and the majority of kyanite is actually mined for industrial use.   Kyanite is used in bricks, casting molds and porcelain used as insulators and bathroom fixtures.