Native phosphate of lime, occurring usually in six-sided prisms, color often pale green, transparent or translucent.
Phosphate mineral, which can be in three forms depending on its chemistry. Forms are Fluorapatite (fluorine-rich), Chlorapatite (chlorine-rich and Hydroxylapatite (rich in hyrdroxides). It is also what most teeth of mammals are made of!... More
A relatively common mineral available in a wide and range of attractive colors: pink, yellow, green, blue, violet and colorless (white). Clear, gem quality crystals, are rare and usually small. It is a softer stone, not well suited to rings, but an excellent choice for earrings. Known to promote communication and mental clarity.