A facet-cut prasiolite and a raw prasiolite gemstone on a beige background


a facet-cut prasiolite gemstone

Motivation & growth

Prasiolite is the sage-green variant of quartz, and is characterised by its cool green colour.

Big creol closure gold plated hoops from Carré with green stones. The stones are prasiolite


Prasiolite symbolises intuition, motivation, and growth. Prasiolite also represents new beginnings, and is said to promote creativity. It's perfect to wear when staring a new project or chapter of your life.

Learn more about gemstone symbolism in our large Gemstone Encyclopedia here.

Two gold plated hoops from carré. The earrings are on a rock and have long chains and charms with pink opal and prasiolite


Prasiolite is often referred to as a stone with transformative energies. It’s said to take negative energies and transforming them into positive energies, but without projecting the negative energies to the atmosphere. The sage green gemstone is also said to build bridges between the celestial realm to the natural world, and creates a channel for healing energies, that can help you rid yourself of bad habits and create a deeper understanding of yourself.

The Prasiolite is connected to the heart chakra, which
opens for intuition and loving energies.

gold plated earrings with a big pearl from carré. The earrings have four freshwater pearls and a prasiolite gemstone in the middle


The Prasiolite is a medium-hard gemstone and is easy
to keep beautiful in your jewellery. The Prasiolite is stable towards light, and will not fade in colour, but keep the gemstone away from high temperatures, as the gemstone may crack in extreme heat.

Clean your jewellery with Prasiolite with warm water, a mild soap and a soft cloth or brush. It’s not recommended to clean Prasiolite jewellery with an ultrasonic cleaner or with steam.

Gold plated ring with green stones from carré. The green stones are prasiolite gemstones


Prasiolite is a quartz gemstone and is sometimes referred to as Green Amethyst. Quartz by itself is colourless, but when it's affected by the earth's elements and temperatures during its creation, it can take on different colours. When quartz takes on a sage-green colour, it's called Prasiolite. When measuring a gemstone's hardness, Mohs' Hardness Scale is used. The scale varies from 1-10, where 10 is the hardest. The Prasiolite gemstone is a 7 on Mohs' Hardness scale.

a facet-cut rose quartz and a raw rose quartz gemstone on an invisble background


Romance & well-being

a facet-cut amethyst and a raw amethyst gemstone on a beige background


Courage & spirituality


Truth & wealth

a round freshwater pearl and an oyster shell on an invisible background


Purity & integrity