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Unakite: The History, Meaning, Usage and Properties

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Unakite stones are unusually attractive, spotty, and moss-like, with each stone displaying a distinctive pattern. Green, olive green, pink tints, and an orangey-red colour are the most prevalent hues found in unakite stones. Unakite is a pink and green metamorphic rock made up of colourless to milky quartz, green epidote, and pink orthoclase. These stone pairs gorgeously with Sterling Silver Jewelry. These hues have contributed to Unakite's rise to fame as a lapidary gemstone. Granite is changed by hydrothermal fluids, and plagioclase in the granite is converted into epidote. This results in the formation of unakite. Unakite is used as a building stone, gem material, lapidary rough, and construction material.

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