Dimensions: approximately 2.5" L x 2" W
A unique "star cluster" of aragonite with deep reddish-orange hues.
Aragonite was discovered in 1978 in the Aragon River in Spain. It is a carbonate mineral, one of the three most common naturally occurring crystal forms of calcium carbonate. Its most famous crystal habit is the twinned pseudo-hexagonal crystals that it produces.
Most bivalve animals and corals secrete aragonite for their shells, and pearls are composed of mostly aragonite. The pearlization and iridescent colors in sea shells such as abalone are made possible by several minute layers of aragonite.
Real agate slice suncatchers in various colors. Each piece is hand cut and ground, wrapped with copper foil, then soldered. Comes ready to hang with...View full product details
Dimensions: approximately 5" L x 2" W Beautiful amethyst cluster with deep purple hues. Amethyst is a form of quartz that contains iron and other trace...View full product details
Dimensions: approximately 5.25" L x 4" W Amethyst flower plate with various mineral inclusions, causing a variety of colors. Acrylic stand included. Amethyst is a form...View full product details