Rough Cobaltian Calcite Ring


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Rough Cobaltian Calcite Ring

This stunning Rough Cobaltian Calcite Ring is a true statement piece. Featuring a rectangular raw Cobaltian Calcite with mesmerising little druzy crystals with their vibrant natural colouring. This piece is set in a strong split band of .925 sterling silver.

Cobaltian Calcite is known for its standout natural pink hues, often resulting from the presence of cobalt in the mineral. It is believed to help in emotional healing, encouraging self-love and compassion.

The raw beauty of this ring makes it a standout addition to any collection.

This piece is a unique one-off design, exclusively available in a US size 7, with an internal diameter of 17.35mm.

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Cobaltian Calcite Meanings

Healing the heart, harmony and friendship

Chakra: Heart

Element: Fire

Zodiac Signs: Cancer, Capricorn

Number: 4

Cobaltian Calcite Crystal Healing Properties

Cobaltian Calcite is a crystal of joy. It is excellent for use with the heart chakra and may aid in releasing buried emotions. It is thought to be uplifting and may encourage us to think positively and let go of negative feelings that we may have been holding onto.

This variety of Calcite is thought to give us an enhanced awareness of our own body language and may bring increased harmony to people or groups working with each other. Also, this stone’s energy is thought to help form friendships and may facilitate raising consciousness.

History and Uses

Calcite gets its name from the Greek word chalix meaning lime. It comes in a wide variety of colours including, red, green, orange, yellow, blue, pink, clear, black and white. It is one of the most common minerals on Earth, making up the basis of limestone and marble. It takes many different forms and is formed in many different geological environments.

Some forms fluoresce blue or red under UV light. It has been used to make cement and mortar and very clear translucent calcite has been used to make gun sights and geological (polarising) microscopes.

Geological Description

Calcite is a calcium carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3. It comes in a wide variety of forms and colours and is found on every continent of the world. Calcite makes up the major part of marble and limestone.

Cobaltian Calcite occurs in crystalline form, and gets its deep pink colouring from the inclusion of Cobalt. Cobaltian Calcite is found in Morocco, Africa, Germany, Italy, England, USA and Australia.


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Product Dimensions
Weight 0.050 kg
Dimensions 2.1 × 0.8 × 0.4 cm

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Jewellery Care & 1 Year Warranty

In jewellery form, some crystals are more hardy than others. For everyday wearers, we recommend crystals that fall in the Quartz family or have a Moh's hardness level of over 5.5-6. Avoid excessive water exposure, especially in pools or the ocean and any harsh chemicals. Delicate crystals like Amber, Moonstone, Opal, and iron-based meteorites need gentle handling due to potential discolouration or structural risks. Store safely, and clean with care. Rest assured that our 1-year jewellery warranty covers any manufacturing defects. With proper care, we expect your pieces to last many years to come. In our 18 years of business, we still wear some treasures from our original collection! Learn more about our warranty and care guide here.