1 Angelite Free Form
Size: H: 3.5" W:2"
Angelite, also known as anhydrite or angel stone, is a glacier blue- or lilac blue-colored soft stone that has a white center and snow-white flecks with occasional brown or rusty inclusions. A relatively recent discovery in the mineral and gem world, Angelite was discovered in 1987 in Peru. The name anhydrite comes from the Greek anhydrous--meaning "without water"--a reference to Angelite being gypsum that has completely lost all hydration, becoming a stone that is "without water."
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