Here is a stunning example of sodalite. the saturation of this tower is just mesmerizing. The contrast between the blue and orange really catches your eye. This piece could find its way into any collection.
Size: 2.2 x 2.2 x 1.2 in.
Weight: 5.2 oz
Sodalite is classified as a tectosilicate. Sodalite was first discovered in 1811 in Greenland. Its name is based on its sodium content. Although sodalite is typically known for its deep blue color, it can be yellow, green, gray, and even pink. It occasionally occurs alongside albite, calcite, fluorite, and barite. Many people often confuse sodalite with lazurite and lapis lazuli.
Sodalite encourages rational thought processes. It brings intuition, objectivity, and truth. It is perfect for helping verbalize thoughts and emotions.
Chemical Formula: Na₈Al₆Si₆O₂₄ Cl₂
You will receive the sodalite tower pictured. Colors may vary based on screen size and resolution.