Eudialyte, a rare mineral, was discovered in 1819 in Greenland. Its name comes from the Greek words "eu" and "dialytos," meaning "easy to dissolve" which refers to the mineral's solubility in acids. At first, the gemstone was thought to be a single mineral; however, recently scientists determined that eudialyte is actually a group of minerals.
Ross-Simons' Eudialyte Jewelry
A rare gemstone, eudialyte makes a bold statement when presented in earrings, necklaces, bracelets and eudialyte rings. Shop the Ross-Simons' web site often to see what exciting eudialyte jewelry pieces are available today!
A rare stone, eudialyte is favored for its range of red shades, from pink to deep plum. Eudialyte gemstones often showcase distinctive black, grey or white veining that gives each piece of jewelry a one-of-a-kind appeal. More about colored gemstones.
Ross-Simons' jewelry designers prize eudialyte for its natural beauty and array of rich red shades. The stone's distinctive grey, black or white patterning gives each piece of jewelry a unique beauty.
Eudialyte was originally discovered in southwest Greenland and now can also be found in Canada, Russia and Norway.
Eudialyte Jewelry Care & Handling
Eudialyte is one of the softer gemstones (5-5.5 on the Mohs scale) so care must be taken to avoid scratches and sharp blows. Clean your eudialyte jewelry with warm, soapy water when needed. Store your eudialyte rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings in your Ross-Simons presentation box when not in use.