Axinite, Pampa Blanca Mine, Peru MM#2

$15.00

Axinite Crystal Cluster, MM#2, 46mm x 29mm x 29mm, 26.5 grams, Price: $15.00

Here, a thick white matrix supports small quartz crystal cluster, somewhat orange with iron oxide. On the quartz is a cluster of well-formed axinite crystals.

These specimens were mined from the Pampa Blanca Mine, located in Castrovirreyna Province, Huancavelica Department, Peru.

Axinite is composed of calcium aluminum boro-silicate. It is part of a group of minerals that form bladed crystals. Judging by the dark brown color of these specimens, they appear to be iron-rich axinite (Fe), or ferroaxinite. The mineral’s name comes from the Greek “AXINA”, or axe, alluding to the shape of axinite crystals.

Metaphysically, axinite brings out the positive. It is a stone of personal growth that encourages surrender to needed change. Axinite promotes friendship and deepens intimacy. In healing, axinite is said to be helpful in adrenal disorders and bone fractures.

  • Model: MM#2
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25lbs
  • 1 Units in Stock

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 25 March, 2015.

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