British Rosary Fluorite 92.100ct loose

Fluorite is popular among collectors because it comes in a wide variety of colors. The Japanese name is ``fluorite,'' and its name comes from the Latin word for ``melting, flowing.'' This is fluorite produced at the Rogerley mine in England. Fluorite is a rare fluorite that is produced in small quantities because the quality of gemstones has been depleted, and it is rare to find it on the market. You can also enjoy vivid fluorescence by shining a black light on it.

・Type: Loose (natural stone)
・Stone name: Rosary Fluorite
・Weight: 92.100ct
・Scratches/chips: - ・Inclusion: - ·remarks:---
・Accessories: Karatz quality guarantee card, case

▷For more information about Fluorite
The appeal of fluorite | Characteristics, meaning of the name, shape of the rough stone, types, etc.

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