Celestite Druse

Weight 400 gr
Weight 400 gr
Size 70x70x40 mm
Reference 210906111
Mineral mineral species Celestine
Category Crystals and geodes
Group Crystals on ganges
Country Country Madagascar Madagascar
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Sr Strontium Alkaline earth metal 47.7%
O Oxygen Other no metal 34.84%
S Sulfur Other no metal 17.45%
Celestine, also called celestite, is a very abundant mineral species composed of strontium and sulfur. Its name comes from the Greek coelestis meaning Celeste. The Celestine is also known under the name of stone of the Angels. Celestine is formed by filling with hydrothermal strontium solutions, holes in volcanic rocks. It is also found in dolomites, limestones or even in sandstones. These crystals often have the shape of an elongated prism, sometimes of tablets. The main deposits are located in Germany, Austria, the USA, Canada, Italy and Madagascar.

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