• Becky Rowe


About Rose Quartz

Often called the ‘Love Stone’, rose quartz is said to open the heart chakra (Anahata) to every kind of love; unconditional, platonic, family, romantic and, of course, self-love.

Rose Quartz - The Science

A coloured version of quartz, rose quartz is one of the most popular semi-precious gemstones. Varying in colour from light to bright pink and sometime even almost purple, the stones are translucent and normally have a beautifully even colour.

Occurring in abundance around the world, rose quartz ranks 7 on the Mohs scale of hardness, which makes it perfect for use in jewellery.

Rose Quartz Meaning

Thought to have been exchanged as a token of love and affection as early as 600 BC, rose quartz is effective at attracting all kinds of love. It can attract new love, romance and intimacy, as well as strengthening bonds between your friends and family.

Rose quartz stimulates the imagination; increasing appreciation for art, music and the written word. It inspires the love of beauty and, perhaps most importantly, it helps you to love yourself.

Rose Quartz Healing Properties

Rose quartz isn’t called the Heart Stone for nothing.

Speaking directly to Anahata - the Heart Chakra, rose quartz can help mend a heart that wants to be whole again, dissolve emotional wounds and fears and create a deep sense of peace and contentment which will help you to truly give and receive love.

Rose quartz was also traditionally given as a gift to newborn babies, helping them ease the transition from the spiritual to the physical plane of existence.

Our Thoughts on Rose Quartz:

What we love...

Its pretty pink colour and translucent sheen.

The loving energy it creates.

 Its ability to help you create balance.