Fluorite Rough Candle Holder glows blue when illuminated with light. Not all specimens glow — some emit a white or cream color, while others don’t fluoresce.
Fluorite (CaF2) is an industrial mineral used in many metallurgical, ceramic and chemical processes. It’s a common rock-forming mineral, called “fluorspar” in the mining industry. Fluorite is found most commonly as cubic crystals, and it has four directions of perfect cleavage, which makes it unique among common minerals. It’s typically purple, green or yellow.
Fluorite is said to have many metaphysical benefits, and as the rainbow keeper, it’s earning a place in every crystal enthusiast’s collection. Learn more here What on Earth is Fluorite?