Fluor-buergerite #2 Rare Thumbnail Specimen (Mexquitic de Carmona, Mexico)
*This is a very small miniature, known as a thumbnail specimen. Please examine scale photo and consider dimensions carefully.* Thumbnail specimens are mounted in small display boxes known as perky boxes, and contain locality information. They are designed so that they are ready for display, or may be unmounted for any use including jewelry supply. An ideal and efficient tiny treasure, for any collection!
Mineral Name: Fluor-buergerite
Locality: Mexquitic de Carmona Municipality, San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Dimensions: 0.46" x 0.38" (12mm x 10mm)
Characteristics of this specimen:
Fluor-buergerite is a rare mineral, and belongs to the tourmaline group. It forms somewhat blocky, lustrous crystals, and may superficially resemble brown dravite tourmaline, or black schorl.
Healing Keywords: Black and brown members of the tourmaline group are associated with grounding, protection, and transmuting negative energy.
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