Rainbow Fluorite Tower #860
Rainbow Fluorite Tower
A beautiful example with many layers, reflections and inclusions.
Weight: 681 grams Height: 19.5 cm Width: 4.0 cm
This beautiful piece of Rainbow Fluorite is outstanding. There are so many deep coloured layers as well as some reflective inclusions making this piece ideal for any collection.
Fluorite Crystals are amazing for bringing balance, order and harmony to mind, body and spirit. They channel healing and clearing energy to the seven chakras of the body .Fluorite opens awareness to the chaos present in mind, emotion and spirit that is interfering with our happiness.
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Crystal Type\ Family:
Flourite (which is also known as Fluorspar) belongs to the Halide minerals family.
Fluorite is the mineral form of calcium fluoride, CaF2.
It has a cubic crystal system with a body-centered structure.
Fluorite forms perfect cubes, often with penetration twins.
It crystallizes in isometric cubic habit, although octahedral and more complex isometric forms are not uncommon.
The most commonly recognized Fluorite color is a purple-blue mix but it is also found in blue, green, red and yellow colors.
On the ‘Mohs Scale of Mineral Hardness’ (based on the scratch hardness comparison) the defined value of fluorite is 4.
Fluorite clears and clarifies mental clutter.
Gives Clarity Of Mind, will calm your mental state enabling you to focus on important issues.
It’s a support for work that involves making subtle distinctions, or a lot of decisions in quick succession.
Helps with things involving the mind and mental state, whether it is being able to focus and study, improve memory, understanding difficult concepts, or seeing patterns in problem solving.
It is a good stone to wear or have in your work environment.
Absorbs negative energy & converts to positive.
Raises your vibration & enhances natural aura.
The word Fluorite is derived from the Latin verb fluere, meaning to flow.
The mineral is used as a flux in iron smelting to decrease the viscosity of slag. The term flux comes from the Latin adjective fluxus, meaning flowing, loose, slack.
The mineral Fluorite was originally termed “fluorospar” and was first discussed in print in a 1530 work Bermannvs sive de re metallica dialogus [Bermannus; or a dialogue about the nature of metals], by Georgius Agricola, as a mineral noted for its usefulness as a flux.
In 1852, Fluorite gave its name to the phenomenon of fluorescence, which is prominent in fluorites from certain locations, due to certain impurities in the crystal.
Fluorite also gave the name to its constitutive element fluorine.
The word “fluorspar” is most commonly used for Fluorite as the industrial and chemical commodity, while “Fluorite” is used mineralogically and in most other senses.
In the context of archeology, gemmology, classical studies, and Egyptology, the Latin terms murrina and myrrhina refer to Fluorite.
Where it is found in the world:
Fluorite is found in many parts of the world including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, England, Norway, Mexico, Canada (Ontario), and the U.S.
Please note : Due to the nature of the crystals, each crystal is subject to slight variations. However, they are all unique in their natural form. Crystal products may contain slight imperfections such as cracks, druzy pockets or vugs. Click Here to contact us if you need more photos or have any questions.
|3.5 × 4.0 × 19.5 cm