Available in Fuchsite, Crystal Geodes, Quartz Points, Calcite Rhombus, Amethyst, Silicon Carbide and Pyrite.
Fuchsite is a dark green form of Muscovite Mica. It is mainly sourced in Brazil and was given its name after the German mineralogist Johann Fuchs. It forms many different shades of green as a result of chromium impurities.
Crystal Geodes are formed when water and gas bubbles are deposited inside igneous rocks. Surrounding environments and locations determine the type of minerals deposited inside. Most common minerals found are: celestite, agate, jasper, amethyst, chalcedony, and quartz.
Quartz Points, also known as rock crystal, is a clear like glass and is believed to have many mystical powers. It grows into amazing structures, and each has six sides like a snowflake. The Ancient Greeks even thought it was ice, so deeply frozen that it would never melt.
Calcite rhombus displays an optical illusion called double refraction. When you look through it, it splits the light rays in two, producing a double image.
Amethyst has been prized for its beautiful purple colors since Victorian times. The semi-precious gemstone is said to aid creative thinking and meditation.
Silicon Carbide (which is man made) is a bio-organic sediment. It is black in color with a compact texture.
Pyrite, also referred to as “Fool’s Gold”, is known for its resemblance to gold. This stone is said to be a wonderful energy shield that blocks out negativity.