A single Unakite specimen for your growing rock collection.
Please note: These photos are representative of what you will receive. Since they are all formed uniquely, please allow for variation.
Unakite is an altered granite composed of pink orthoclase feldspar, green epidote, and generally colorless quartz. It can be found as pebbles and cobbles from glacial drift in the beach rock on the shores of Lake Superior. It also occurs in Virginia where it is found in the river valleys after having been washed down from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Unakite is not limited to the United States, and has also been reported in South Africa, Sierra Leone, Brazil, China and Australia.