Celestite specimen #2.
As the name suggests it is related to the Angelic Realm.
Often regarded as more powerful than it's relative Angelite which is a derivative of Celestite.
Small hand sized crystal...
A common mineral which forms into sedimentary rock, it is
widely used in agriculture soil treatments. Dolomite is also used to neutralise
acid within the chemical world. Colours vary but are predominantly clear or
transparent with hints of pink, green and brownish colour. Dolomite is known ..
Is the most necessary ore in lead, being a natural mineral
form of lead sulphide- as well as being a valuable source of silver. Unsurprisingly
it is graphite grey/silver in colour. Historically it was used as a fly
repellent in eye makeup, but today is more commonly a component in lead-acid
This beautiful Lapis Lazuli specimen weighs 265 grams and can be stood upright. It is a fine example of how Lapis Lazuli radiates it's deep blue colour.Measuring 93 x 28 x 15 mm it is a majestic piece that would make a fine part of any collection.The origin of the word 'Lapis' is the Latin word for ..
Is a rosy pink form from the ‘Zoisite’ mineral group. The
depth of colour is dependant upon the concentration of Manganese, slight speckles
also may appear in Thulite stones. Its main properties lean toward opening both
the third eye and heart chakras, thus helping to create a loving focus on lif..