Kammererite Wand

Kammererite Wand


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Emotional Balance

Listen to the better angels of your nature. Be kind to yourself and to other people. Promote reasonable win-win solutions. Become a true friend and a trusted ally. Let Kammererite inspire a better life for all!

Kammererite Healing Properties


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PolishShiny & Smooth
QualityAA (quality chart)
ColorPurple, Multi-Colored
Size2.75 in / 7 cm
Average Weight2.1 oz / 60 g / 300 carats


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Energy Vibrations

If you love purple, you'll love these tumbled Kammererites! This mineral can be pink or purple and the exact shade is determined by the conditions were it is formed. These sweet crystals comes from eastern India and are perfect for yogis and anyone doing upper Chakra work. It links the heart, third eye and crown chakras so that we can be both wise and kind. The purple Kammererite is on a black matrix of Chromite with alit bits of white Calcite and occasional a bit of green Serpentine.





Ethically Sourced

Kammererite from India

This Kammererite comes from artisanal miners in Sukinda Valley, Odisha, India.  The valley produces most of India’s Chromium, which is found in a black igneous rock called Chromite.  Purple Kammererite is sometimes found mixed with the Chromite.

This lapidary hand-polishes stones in Mumbai, India. It is owned by two long-time friends and business partners. Unusual for India, factory workers have safe conditions and are paid fairly. It is also an exporter and sells exclusively at large gem shows.

I first met this source at the 2017 Denver Gem Show. Our first encounter was short since it was my last day of shopping and I had already spent most of my budget, but their polished stock was the highest quality I had ever seen. A few months later, we met again in Tucson and this time I made sure to visit them at the beginning of the show!

In 2019, I was able to sit down with both owners and have a lengthy conversation about sourcing. Unlike most lapidaries, they were willing to speak with me in-depth about how they ensure their business is ethical. We talked about individual mines in India as well as how they source from other countries. We also talked about how they treat their own workers and about the links between business, karma, and God. Their willingness to talk and their pleasure at the conversation made me eager to develop and deepen this relationship.

Kammererite Healing, Mineralogy, and History

Published July 2021  •  Updated February 2024  •  Read Time: 8 minutes
Kammererite is the rare purple and pink variety of Clinochlore.  The green variety of Clinochlore is Seraphinite.  All shades of Clinochlore have a high and sweet energy, making them a popular choice for crystal healing.  Kammererite was named after August Alexander Kämmerer, an eighteen-century Russian “mountain chemist” who studied the chemistry of crystals and their affect on the body.  Kammererite is a stone for kindness and generosity.  Its energy helps us to cultivate abundance and prosperity, without cultivating greed.  It encourages us to have a strong moral compass, but to be flexible, realistic and open-minded. […]

Tumbled Kammererite

What You’ll Receive: 1 Stone - 100% natural Kammererite

Selection Process: The stone I select for you will be carefully chosen for its beauty and appeal. If combined with other stones, I always take time to choose stones that look and feel good together.

Polishing Method: Polished by hand, one stone at a time. Each stone is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful.

Taking Care of Your Healing Crystals

  • Fragile Crystals

    Be gentle, this stone is fragile & chips easily.

  • Crystals Keep In Shade

    Keep it in the shade to protect its colour.

  • Crystals Safe In Elixir

    This stone is safe to use in direct-infusion elixirs.


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