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Pietersite - A Gemstone with an Eagle’s Eye

A highly unique crystal that has originated from Windhoek, Namibia. The pietersite gemstone is known for its similarity to the wild desert storm and is often referred to as "tempest". The stone is one of a kind and is commonly mistaken for a tiger's eye or hawk's eye. The stone is a mineral that is classified as a pseudomorph of quartz but is commonly referred to as a gem.


The stone is a combination of several colors, like gray, gold, dusty ochre, and midnight blue. The most valuable and rarest of them is the blue pietersite stone, followed by the red.


Pietersite was earlier available in both China and Namibia. The variant found in China was much more tender and featured shades of brown, yellow, and orange. The variant found in Namibia offers more blues and grays.

The main mine where we first found pietersite stone in China has been shut down as it wasn't yielding satisfactory quality stones.

The stones are now being yielded from Namibia, but the production is very limited.

It doesn't matter if you are looking for a pietersite pair or a golden pietersite; you can easily find every variety of this stone at CabochonsforSale.


The stone not only has amazing healing benefits but in jewelry, is such a beautiful stone to look at. The stone is commonly used in jas bracelets and necklaces. Beaded bracelets and necklaces are a common design when it comes to this stone. 


The stone is known to be a very powerful protection stone. Let's have a look at how it works out for us emotionally, physically, and metaphysically.

Physical healing benefits

  • Strengthens the nervous system and provides energy to the body.

  • Eases headaches, stomach pain, dizziness, nervous diseases, and breathing issues

  • Improves night vision and long distance focus

  • Stimulates the pituitary gland and balances the endocrine system.

  • Believed to ease eye infections.

Emotional healing properties

  • Helps you to move on from a stagnant point in your life.

  • Opens new directions for you to walk on

  • Eliminates all kinds of illusions related to separateness.

  • Gives you the courage to speak up and explore new things.

Metaphysical healing properties

  • Has the ability to keep the individual grounded to the etheric body.

  • Discharges negative energies and induces more calm energies.

  • Believed to be used for a vision quest

  • Increases self-esteem

  • Increases one’s will and intuitive capabilities

Pietersite gemstone metaphysical properties are just as amazing as those of a nephrite jade stone.


When you start collecting such precious and semi-precious stones, you have to be extra cautious when it comes to their care. Well, there's no need to go do anything extra. You can simply try cleaning the stone with a mild soap and lukewarm water. The use of any kind of harsh chemical cleaners or harsh cleaning brushes is not advised. This can hamper the stone’s appearance.

Another way you can keep your stone scratch-free is by keeping it in a soft, fabricated box. How and where you keep the stone determines the appearance of your stone. For a scratch-free appearance, keep your stone away from other stones and on a scratch-free surface.


The stone has been in high demand lately, and after reading about it, we are sure you can understand the reason for that. You can always find the stone available with your next-door natural gemstone beads wholesale seller, CabochonsforSale. We guarantee you nothing but the best quality gemstones at the most affordable prices.


1. Is pietersite considered to be a rare stone?

Yes, pietersite is are stone. Blue pietersite is considered to be much more rare and valuable than a red one. The stone is rare in terms of its mining locations and availability, as it is available in only two places in the whole world: China and Namibia.

2. Are tiger’s eyes and pietersite the same?

Both the stones are poles apart. Tiger's eye is a microcrystalline quartz, whereas pietersite is a microcrystalline chalcedony.

3. What chakra is controlled by the pietersite stone?

The stone majorly affects two chakras. The third eye chakra and the solar plexus chakra When these chakras are healed by this stone, one can experience an increase in their self-confidence and an energetic balance in their life.

4. Where is the pietersite stone found?

The stone is found in only two places in the entire world: China and Namibia. The mines in China are not operational at the current moment; hence, Namibia is the only source of this stone.

5. What are the stones that can be paired with pietersite?

The stone can be best paired with heliodor, citrine, yellow labradorite, appetite, phenacite, and sunstone.