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Grandidierite

Grandidierite

Grandidierite was first discovered in 1902 in Madagascar by Alfred Lacroix, a French mineralogist. It was named for French explorer and naturalist ...

A-Z Blog: Z is for Zebra Stone

A-Z Blog: Z is for Zebra Stone

Zebra Stone can show us our own true natures and help us see past illusion. It is a grounding stone which connects us to mother earth, and is a gre...

A-Z Blog: U is for Unakite

A-Z Blog: U is for Unakite

Unakite is comprised of green Epidote and a pink to gray color of orthoclase or microcline with quartz. Discovered in the Unakas mountains of Nor...

A-Z Blog: S is for Scolecite

A-Z Blog: S is for Scolecite

Scolecite is a tectosilicate mineral belonging to the zeolite group; it is a hydrated calcium silicate. Scolecite was first described from Kaiserst...