This is a brass plated green/grey Fluorite Cabochon Necklace. The domed grey green cabochon of fluorite is transparent allowing you to look deep into the stone. The pendant measures approximately 25mm in diameter and is set into a decorative antique brass plated base that has a scalloped edge. The chain in also silver plate and measure approximately 18" or 46cm.
Fluorite is a very popular mineral and it naturally occurs in all colours of the spectrum. It is one of the most varied coloured minerals in the mineral kingdom. Fluorite (also called fluorspar) is the mineral form of calcium fluoride. It occurs throughout the world and is a very common mineral. England has produced some of the finest specimens of fluorite, especially in Weardale, North Pennines, Co. Durham. Electric blue and blue-green cubes have come from the famous Rogerly Mine in Weardale.
The ancient Egyptians used fluorite to carve statues and scarabs, the Chinese have used it in carvings for over 300 years. In the 18th century, fluorite was powdered in water to relieve the symptoms of kidney disease.
Fluorite is said to absorb and neutralise negativity, it is therefore suggested that a piece of fluorite by kept in every room of the home. Fluorite is also known as the "Genius Stone" and can increases concentration and helps decision-making.
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