A variety of quartz, black rutilated quartz has acicular inclusions that are of rutile. These needle-like inclusions are often referred to as 'Angel's Hair' or 'Venus Hair' due to their resemblance to fine strands. This characteristic appearance of the gemstone is indeed what makes it so distinctive. The dark patterns within the quartz resemble the complexities inherent in all relationships and the ability to navigate them to always sail to safe and cherished ports.

Eternate’s collection of black rutilated rings offers different and creative designs to showcase the boldness of this stone. Our selection of black rutilated quartz engagement rings represents the determination and strength gained through lasting commitment. As always, each ring is crafted with care to the highest ethical standards for you, using only recycled gold and ethically sourced stones.

If you are looking for more gemstone engagement rings, our alternative engagement rings collection offers a wide range of options, each with their unique symbolism and appealing aesthetics.

Black Rutilated Quartz Engagement Rings FAQs

Black rutilated quartz is a variety of quartz. Due to its thread-like inclusions, it offers distinctive patterns and a different, bold aesthetic. This stone is especially valuable for its symbolic attributes such as clarity, strength and resilience, which makes it a distinctive choice for jewelry.

Black quarts is known as a stone of grounding and protection. Moreover, due to its dark and bold aesthetic, it is usually associated with courage, self-confidence and resilience while dispelling negativity. Black rutilated quartz is also connected to the root chakra but it is said to clear blockages in all chakras for spiritual growth. Therefore, it’s believed to provide emotional balance and stability.

Black quartz represents a powerful and enduring relationship when set on an engagement ring. For this reason, it can be a meaningful, unique and unconventional choice.

Black rutilated quartz is considered to be moderately durable. Although it can endure normal wear, it is important to note that black rutile quartz can be more prone to scratches and damage compared to harder gemstones. Therefore, we recommend that you handle it with care to ensure the longevity of your jewelry.