Enstatite gemstones are somewhat rare and lesser known. They are considered collector's gemstones. Enstatite belongs to the pyroxene group of minerals and was first described in 1855. Enstatite gemstones have a hardness of 5.5 and a vitreous luster when polished. Some of the finest enstatite specimens are sourced from Burma and Sri Lanka. Cat's eye enstatite and star enstatite gemstones are known, but extremely rare.
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