Purple fluorite with distinctive cube-shaped crystals.Fluorite is a soft translucent mineral whose colour is sensitive to light. If exposed to sunlight for long periods of time it will fade. In its purest form fluorite is colourless. Various impurities cause many different colours. Some stones exhibit zones of colour within the same crystal. Reds, purples and yellows tend to be the most common although almost any colour can be present including black and white. Composed of calcium and fluorine, fluorite is widely used in industry where it's mostly known as fluorspar. Some material can have such exceptional optical clarity it can be used as a lense.The word fluorescence comes from 'fluorite' because some stones have the ability to fluoresce under ultraviolet light.
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35.3 x 25 x 2.5
45 x 35 x 16
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