Each one of our kyanites is completely natural, and they were mined in Brazil or in Nepal. You may have noticed that some of our kyanite crystals have blue color, some have green color, and some are dark gray to black. These are all natural color kyanite crystals. Here at mineralminers.com, we do not have any heated or treated kyanites, each of our kyanites is 100% natural! We specialize in superior quality natural kyanite crystals, gemstones and kyanite in matrix specimens. We do have more kyanites in stock, including some very rare quality kyanite crystals and some very large kyanite decorator specimens. We also have small kyanite mineral specimens available, and these inexpensive kyanite specimens have special volume discounts as well!
See also our page displaying genuine blue kyanite gemstones, and our genuine blue kyanite earrings & other kyanite jewelry items.
To see more Kyanite photos, just select another item category from the table below.
We have natural decorator mineral specimens & crystals available in a very large variety of minerals including fine pegmatite specimens.
Information about genuine kyanite and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses is displayed on our kyanite information page.
Please see the links below for natural kyanite products including kyanite mineral specimens and kyanite jewelry!
See also our page displaying genuine kyanite gems.
To see photos of another mineral variety, select any item category link in our Mineral Inventory & Factsheet Index.
Would you like us to inform you when we add on this page more collector grade natural blue kyanite in quartz mineral specimens of rare quality and unusually large size for use as decorator mineral specimens,
as well as fine quality natural color blue kyanite gemstones & 14k gold blue kyanite jewelry items?
We have a large inventory of natural blue kyanite items in stock, so be sure to let us know if you have any Blue Kyanite Items Special Request">natural kyanite special requests. Please contact our webmaster or our 'site' geologist with any questions or comments.