Eudialyte (you~die~a~lite) is commonly described as a complicated mineral that dissolves in acid. Some varieties dissolve completely. Minerals in this group can have as many as forty six different chemical elements.
The location where eudialyte is found is important because it helps with correct identification.
Although first discovered in Greenland, the vast majority now comes from the Kola Peninsula in the far north west of Russia. It can also be found on Mount Saint Hilaire in Canada and in a small number of other locations around the world.
Eudialyte is a relatively soft mineral so these crystals have only been lightly tumbled. Although well polished they're not completely smooth and most have indentations or minor anomalies.
These eudialyte tumbled stones are classified as grade A. They're a medium sized stone but weights and sizes do vary from piece to piece.
There are now significant tarifs on all products imported from Russia. We will therefore not be purchasing more eudialyite crystals from Russia once existing stocks are depleted.
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