Gemstones are a staple of our modern lives and, in fact, are the only gems that we know.
The most common type of gemstone is the pink gemstone, which can be found in both rose quartz and rubies.
Pink gemstones are found in almost every colour imaginable.
We’ve already covered rose quartz, so here are a few examples of other types of pink gemstones: rose pink, rose pink-yellow, rose red, rose orange, rose turquoise, rose gold, rose green, rose purple, rose blue, rose violet and rose gold.
Pink gems are also often referred to as ‘petite pink’ or ‘pink-pink’.
Pink gemstone: rose quartz Gemstones in rose quartz are known as ‘rose pink-tipped’.
Rose quartz is one of the most common forms of quartz and is a rare mineral.
It is also a very fine and hard gemstone.
Its hardness is around 8 to 10.5 on the Mohs scale and is often referred as the hardest gemstone on Earth.
Rose quartz gems are not as common as rubies and rubics, but are extremely rare and very expensive.
You can buy rose quartz for around £1,000, which is a lot of money.
Rubies and pearls have a hardness of around 7.2 on the Molycorp hardness scale.
However, they are not quite as hard as rose quartz because they are made from different materials.
The hardest form of rose quartz is a pearl, which has a hardness that is around 7 on the hardness scale and can only be found at one location in Australia.
Rose pink-pitted gemstones Rose quartz can be pink or white.
The colour of the gemstone depends on the mineral in which it is made.
Rose Quartz is most commonly found in pink, yellow and green and it is the most widely available form of quartz.
You’ll find pink quartz in a range of colours from the vibrant blue and green of pearl, to deep pink, purple and turquise pink.
Rose gold is often associated with rose quartz but can be made from a range that ranges from light pink to pinkish-brown.
You could also find rose gold in rose pink.
The hardness of rose gold is 7.4 on the molycorps hardness scale, which makes it a good choice for beginners.
Rubicund stones Rubicun gems are the hardest type of pink gems, making them the most expensive and rare.
Rubics are usually pink in colour, but they are also white and purple-purple in colour.
The pink of Rubicune gemstones is sometimes called the ‘golden sparkle’.
Rubicunes are the most commonly available pink gem stone.
They can be a very bright and intense colour, and are often associated to pink-ish-purples.
Rubie stones are another pink-like gemstone that is very hard and is not as expensive as rose or rubies, but also very rare.
They are the rarest form of pink and are typically found only at one of Australia’s three mineral sites: the Sunshine Coast, Gippsland and Northern Rivers.
There are also rare rubies known as black rubies that can be as pure white as a pure rose or pink.
Rubiks stones Rubikes are the pinkest pink gem stones and are also the most costly pink gem.
They’re usually found in orange or red and can range in colour from bright orange to purple.
Rubicks are the next best thing, they can be either pink or orange and range from orange to pink.
There is a pink-red rubik stone that is often called the red rubik.
You’d expect a rubick to be a pretty solid gemstone but Rubik stones are not actually solid at all.
They form when a rock is heated and then cools.
Rubik rocks are a great choice if you want a pure white or purple gemstone and they are available in a variety of colours.
Rose-peach gems Rose-pipped gemstones can be yellow or orange.
Rose peaches are the smallest pink gems and are usually only found at a few mineral sites in Queensland and New South Wales.
They have a very pinkish tone and have a colour that is similar to that of a pear.
They tend to be quite hard, making it hard to make a gemstone out of them.
Rose pearls are the brightest pink gems available and can be easily found at some mineral sites.
They vary from white to pink and range in size from small to large.
Rubigems are the biggest and darkest pink gem, and range anywhere from small pearls to very large.
You might be surprised at how hard and expensive they are.
They range from white and pink to black and purple.
Rose rubiks rubikes have a deep orange colour and are one of those rare gemstones that can have a pink or purple tone.