The mineral calcite is found sprinkled across the world and at practically every source you will find calcite in a different, dazzling color. Stemming from the Greek word chalix meaning "lime," calcite is found in nearly any hue of the rainbow, from red to yellow to violet to green. As diverse as calcite's color can be, so is its form. Calcite crystals occur naturally in an infinite variety of shapes, including the spiky stalactites and stalagmites found in caves, so every piece of calcite jewelry has its own life and vibrancy.
Calcite: Earthen Rainbow
When looking through a piece of translucent calcite, objects appear in double. This double refraction further distinguishes calcite from other minerals and can make wearing calcite jewelry even more engaging.
As you browse our collection of calcite jewelry, which includes calcite rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets, you will be amazed at the multitude of calcite's different forms and colors. You are sure to find the perfect calcite jewelry to suit your every mood.
An intriguing mineral that comes in an infinite variety of colors and shapes, making every piece of calcite jewelry unique. Presented in a vast selection of forms from rough-cuts to cabochons, there is a piece of calcite jewelry for every time and every place.
When searching for calcite jewelry to feature in our collection, our jewelry team selects only the most unique, richly hued pieces, whether they employ green, blue, or red calcite. Cabochons, beads, and rough-cut stones each showcase calcite's beautiful makeup.
Our jewelry team finds that calcite jewelry set in sterling silver allows the calcite's lively colors to shine through, though gold is the perfect partner for certain colors of calcite.
Our calcite jewelry collection is made possible by storied mines across the globe, from India to Iceland to Mexico.
Calcite Jewelry Care & Handling
Calcite is a 3 on the Mohs hardness scale and should be treated with great care. Keep away from solvents, heat, prolonged exposure to strong light, and water with low pH acidic nature. Never use ultrasonic cleaners or steamers. Clean your calcite jewelry with cool soapy water and store in your Ross-Simons presentation box.