Decorative fluorite



Known for its ability to absorb negative energy and transmute it into positive energy, fluorite is the perfect crystal companion for any person experiencing spiritual or existential burnout. Simply being in the same environment as this crystal can raise your vibration and enhance your natural aura.

Natural Fluorite Crystal Pendant

These are natural fluorite crystal pendants beautifully cut and shaped into 6-sided terminations, with a silver plated clasp attached to the back end.

Wealth and Luck Fluorite

Handmade Craftsmanship: Using crystal tumbled stone chips to be the leaves, copper wire as branches, and the natural fluorite to be the base, it is handmade by professional workers, also called “ Money Tree” or “Feng Shui Tree”

Powerful Energy

It is a highly protective and stabilizing stone, useful for grounding and harmonizing spiritual energy. By balancing the THIRD EYE CHAKRA, the Fluorite crystal clears away the fog so that the road to joy is clearly lit and protected from negativity

Uses of Fluorite

Uses of Fluorite

Fluorite has a wide variety of uses. The primary uses are in the metallurgical, ceramics, and chemical industries; however, optical, lapidary, and other uses are also important.

Fluorspar, the name used for fluorite when it is sold as a bulk material or in processed form, is sold in three different grades (acid, ceramic, and metallurgical).

Acid Grade Fluorspar

Acid grade fluorspar is a high-purity material used by the chemical industry. It contains over 97% CaF2. Most of the fluorspar consumed in the United States is acid grade even if it is used in lower grade applications. It is used mainly in the chemical industry to manufacture hydrofluoric acid (HF). The HF is then used to manufacture a variety of products which include: fluorocarbon chemicals, foam blowing agents, refrigerants, and a variety of fluoride chemicals.

Physical Properties of Fluorite

Physical Properties of Fluorite

Fluorite is very easy to identify if you consider cleavage, hardness, and specific gravity. It is the only common mineral that has four directions of perfect cleavage, often breaking into pieces with the shape of an octahedron. It is also the mineral used for a hardness of four in the Mohs Hardness Scale. Finally, it has a specific gravity of 3.2, which is detectably higher than most other minerals.

Although color is not a reliable property for mineral identification, the characteristic purple, green, and yellow translucent-to-transparent appearance of fluorite is an immediate visual clue for the mineral.

What is Fluorite?

What is Fluorite?

Fluorite is an important industrial mineral composed of calcium and fluorine

(CaF2). It is
used in a wide variety of chemical, metallurgical, and ceramic processes.
Specimens with exceptional diaphaneity and color are cut into gems or
used to make ornamental objects.

is deposited in veins by hydrothermal processes. In these rocks it
often occurs as a gangue mineral associated with metallic ores. Fluorite is
also found in the fractures and cavities of some limestones and dolomites.
It is a very common rock-forming mineral found in many parts of the
world. In the mining industry, fluorite is often called “fluorspar.”