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Natural Green Apophyllite Crystal Mineral Specimen 3.3 Oz

This enchanting Green Apophyllite piece comes to us all the way from Ahmednagar, India. This dazzling piece contains various rich and vibrant shades of green along with subtle hints of...
$49.00
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Natural Chalcedony Apophyllite Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen 2.3 Oz

Beautiful Chalcedony Apophyllite from Madhya Pradesh, India. This lovely piece contains a solid grey smooth bottom with a rough vibrant light green top, accompanied by a single clear crystal. Perfect...
$33.00
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Natural Pink & Red Apophyllite Crystal Mineral Specimen

This dazzling Red and Pink Apophyllite mineral specimen comes to us all the way from Maharashtra, India. This lovely piece contains a rich and vibrant shade of light pink and...
$53.00
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Natural Apophyllite Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen 4.6 Oz

Gorgeous Apophyllite comes directly from India. This piece is a beautiful mauve pink surrounded by lovely small crystals. The way this Apophyllite glistens is truly mesmerizing.
$51.00
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Natural Green Apophyllite & Stilbite Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen 7.6 Oz

Natural Green Apophyllite & Stilbite Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen from India . Lovely mineral to collect.
$53.00
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Natural Quartz and Apophyllite Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen

Natural Quartz and Apophyllite Crystal Gemstone Mineral Specimen from India. Lovely mineral to collect.
$35.00

Apophyllite Crystal

The meaning of the name Apophyllite comes from the Greek words that mean 'get' and 'leaf', referring to its proclivity to exfoliate like a leaf, when heated. Apophyllite stones have a high water content, which gives them the ability to conduct electricity. You will find them in a naturally occurring pyramid shape, as druzy crystals on another mineral, in clusters, and in massive form.

Apophyllite is a hydrated potassium calcium silicate mineral that crystallizes in the form of pyramidal structures, cubic crystals, as well as druzy on a matrix or other minerals. the common color of Apophyllite is clear or white, although it can also be found in grey, yellow, red, and green. Green Apophyllite is the rarest color of them all and was found a few decades ago by an Indian farmer in Poona, India. Notable localities for the common white or translucent forms of Apophyllite include India, Australia, Russia, Germany, Greenland, Italy, and the USA.