Zultanite: Gemstone Information

Zultanite is the most exciting and highly precious gemstone in the world, Zultanite changes colour in light, ranging from a kiwi green with flashes of yellow in sunlight conditions to raspberry hues in candlelight. Zultanite is 100% natural with no heat, radiation, fillers or other enhancements, only found in one place in the world zultanite quality Turkish diaspore is meticulously excavated at a height of more than 3000 feet in the remote Foothills of the mountain in Turkey.
The name Zultanite and Csarite may be relatively new, but this particular mineral has been known since 1801 when it was first discovered in the Ural Mountains of Russia Its gemological name is ‘diaspore’, and it is a form of water flow aluminium oxide coloured by manganese. It was first faceted as a gemstone in the 1980s, because it wasn’t commercially mined until more recently the Mohs’ Hardness Scale (a system devised in the 18th century by a Viennese mineralogist Friedrich Mohs to measure the ability of a gem to resist surface scratching), As 100% natural gemstone.
Zultanite must be protect from harm, chemical elements, heat and high-temperature, Store Zultanite carefully to avoid scratching, and clean it simply using neutral soap and warm water, if necessary soft brush can be used to deal with more persistent dirt. After cleaning your jewel, rinse it with warm water and dry it carefully with a soft cloth.
Properties of Zultanite:
Chemical Formula:  ALO(OH)
Crystal Structure:  Orthorhombic
Hardness:  6.5-7.0
Refractive Index: 1.70-1.75
Birefringence: 0.048
Relative Density: 3.30-3.40