Ambition. Trust. Commitment.

Enstatite is a rare gemstone variety that belongs to the pyroxene group of minerals. It was first described in 1855 by G. A. Kenngott and was assigned its unusual name from the Greek words for 'resistor', in reference to its high melting point. 

The mineral enstatite is rather common, but transparent gemstone-quality crystals are quite rare. Enstatite is one of the lesser-known gemstones and is primarily a collector's gem, owing to its rarity. Enstatite in its purest form is actually transparent and colorless. Its green-brown color and opacity is owed to iron impurities.


  • Best known to charge the crown and solar plexus chakras. It was known to benefit soldiers during the war in the ancient times.

  • Enstatite is a stone that helps to eliminate fears by uplifting the wearer’s mood and bracing courage as well as confidence for survival.

  • The stone of courage also has countless healing powers to relieve the disorders of your kidneys, bladder, blood clotting and deficiencies too.

  • Enstatite is also the epitome of Romance and hence a traditional choice for engagement rings too. It benefits the Anahata or Heart Chakra by instilling love, commitment, trust and humbleness in its owner. 


  • Enstatite is a rare stone that was coined out of the Greek word for 'resistor' owing to its high melting point.

  • A moderately anti-scratch gem. Enstatite scores 5.5 for hardness on the Mohs scale and has a metallic luster.

  • Enstatite originates countries are Brazil, Austria, Canada, South Africa, Germany, France, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, United States and East Africa.

  • The gem is found in a variety of colors spanning from colorless to brown-green,pale yellow, olive green and forest green.