Each of these beautiful rainbow fluorite terminated points boasts wonderful zones of colour. They're best seen when this translucent mineral is held up towards the light. It's quite common for colours in the mineral fluorite to occur in zones or layers.
Fluorite is an extremely fragile mineral so it's not unusual to find minor nicks or anomalies. With that said, all of the pieces in our collection have been very carefully chosen. Terminated points need to be carefully positioned to ensure they won't fall over. A minor knock can lead to a chip or fracture within the crystal.
Although shades of red, purple, green, blue and yellow are most commonly seen in fluorite, this mineral can occur in almost any colour. It can also be colourless which it generally is in its purest form.
Fluorite grades 4 on Mohs scale and is the index mineral for this level of hardness. The colour of fluorite will fade if exposed to direct sunlight so crystals should not be placed on or close to a sunny window sill.
In our photograph these rainbow fluorite terminated points are arranged in order of weight. The first fluorite point in the adjacent dropdown list corresponds to the piece on the far left. The last piece in the list is on the far right.