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Nashik / Superb Minerals India is world's leading supplier of Natural Indian Zeolite Minerals. Gargoti Mineral Museum is India's only Mineral Museum & Gallery.
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Apophyllite-(KF) with Stilbite-Ca Pashan quarries, Pashan, Pune District, Maharashtra, India 4.5 cm tall The apophyllites reach 2.5 cm in length. The very tip of the main crystal is cleaved. Collected in the late 1970s to early 1980s.

Apophyllite-(KF) with Stilbite-Ca Pashan quarries, Pashan, Pune District, Maharashtra, India cm tall The apophyllites reach cm in length. The very tip of the main crystal is cleaved. Collected in the late to early

Apophyllite-(KF) (K,Na)Ca4Si8O20(F,OH)·8H2O apophyllite refers to a specific group of phyllosilicates. Locality: Rahuri, Ahmadnagar District (Ahmednagar District; Ahmed Nagar District), Maharashtra, India .Attribution: Rob Lavinsky, iRocks.com – CC-BY-SA-3.0

Today's Crystal Eye Candy is a Green Apophyllite Disco Ball! Green apophyllite is a heart chakra stone that assists with a connection to mother nature as well as assists with healing & growth.

Fluorapophyllite, Jalgaon. Image credit: Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Fluorapophyllite - Apophyllite-(KF) or fluorapophyllite is a mineral of the apophyllite group, with the chemical formula of It gets the first half of its name, & from containing more fluorine than hydroxide compared

India's "snow angel". The specimen is a silicate mineral called apophyllite-(KF), which appears in volcanic rocks.

This mineral beauty, dubbed the "snow angel," was discovered during the digging of a well in India. The specimen is a silicate mineral called apophyllite-(KF), which appears in volcanic rocks. Shine On: Photos of Dazzling Mineral Specimens