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Wavellite

Wavelite is a hydrated aluminium phospate named after the amateur English mineralogist William Wavell in 1805. It is usually green, but can range to white, yellow-brown, green-yellow, turquoise blue, black or brown. Phosphrous sulphate derived from wavelite and other phospates makes up a major component of matches. Wavelite is useful for deep soul healing, and clearing past traumas. It is a good stone for maintaining health and well-being.

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  1. Wavellite

    Wavellite - SKU_A_1655

    £6.00

    From: Arkansas, USA.

    Hardness: 3.5 - 4 on the Mohs scale.

    Wavellite is a phosphate mineral. It normally occurs as translucent green radial 'starburst' or spherical clusters. A secondary mineral found most often in aluminous, low-grade metamorphic rocks. It was first describ Learn More

  2. Wavelite

    Wavellite - SKU_A_1791NEW

    £6.50

    From: Avant, Arkansas, USA.

    Hardness: 3.5 - 4 on the Mohs scale.

    Wavellite is a phosphate mineral. It normally occurs as translucent green radial 'starburst' or spherical clusters. A secondary mineral found most often in aluminous, low-grade metamorphic rocks. It was first d Learn More

  3. Wavellite - SKU_A_2769

    Wavellite - SKU_A_2769

    £6.00

    From: Avant, Arkansas, USA.

    Hardness: 3.5 - 4 on the Mohs scale.

    Wavellite is a phosphate mineral. It normally occurs as translucent green radial 'starburst' or spherical clusters. A secondary mineral found most often in aluminous, low-grade metamorphic rocks. It was first d Learn More

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