Glassy Clear Fluorapophyllite Termination Cluster | High-Grade Collector Mineral Specimen | Old Stock 1980’s Maharashtra, India
Small Cabinet Specimen, 8cm x 7cm x 3.5cm
The name Apophyllite refers to the larger group of minerals, and the crystal form commonly called Apophyllite, featuring a tetragonal crystal lattice and a pearly luster, has been classified as Fluorapophyllite. These prismatic glassy crystals range from incredibly clear to brilliant shades of green and pink, depending on the impurities of that particular specimen.
The larger mineral group of Zeolites (which includes Apophyllite, Stilbite, Heulandite, and others) often forms when alkaline groundwater meets pockets of volcanic rocks and ash, creating hotspots of mineral-rich water primed for Zeolite formation. Due to its association with extreme heat and water, its metaphysical associations are for cleansing and purifying the aura.
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