Scolecite White Zeolite Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (Pune, India)
Scolecite White Zeolite Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (Pune, India)
Scolecite White Zeolite Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (Pune, India)
Scolecite White Zeolite Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (Pune, India)

Scolecite White Zeolite Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (Pune, India)

Regular price
$20.00
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$20.00

*Note: This is a miniature specimen-please read dimensions carefully!

 

This is a lovely natural spray of scolecite crystals! There are multiple crystals, arranged in an aesthetic fan shape. The crystals are characterized by very clean terminations, with a slightly frosty exterior and beautiful interior clarity. This cluster is clear with a white, icy tinge to it. It is currently mounted on a 1” clear stand to keep it elevated and safe, but could be unmounted or remounted in any number of ways.

 

This crystal cluster has a clear, sweet appearance, and would make a wonderful piece for meditation. It is an excellent specimen of scolecite, and would also make a handsome mini shelf specimen!

 

Locality: Pune District, Maharashtra, India.

 

Dimensions: 2.75” x 0.75” x 0.50” (72mm x 19mm x 13mm). Mounted on 1” clear stand.

 

Weight: n/a (mounted)

 

 

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FORMATION: Scolecite is a tectosilicate mineral belonging to the zeolite family. Zeolite minerals are described as framework silicates--they have a low-density crystal lattice, and for this reason have been used industrially to filter water. Scolecite is isostructural (having the same structure as) to zeolite minerals mesolite and natrolite.

 

 

 

HEALING PROPERTIES: Scolecite is a high vibration mineral--it is believed to awaken the mind and heart. Scolecite is said to enhance deep inner peace and serenity, and to support development of healthy patterns and connections.

 


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