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Orange Calcite

092 Calcite – 37g – is a white or colourless mineral consisting of calcium carbonate. Minerals and impurities can result in coloured Calcite. It is a major constituent of sedimentary rocks such as Limestone and is deposited in caves to form stalactites and stalagmites.

Geology

Honey Calcite

308 Honey Calcite – 28g – also called Honey Stone, is a colourful variety of Calcite that looks like honey or honeycomb. Calcite is a very common white or colourless mineral consisting of calcium carbonate (with impurities resulting in coloured Calcite). 10 more words

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Blue Calcite

061 Blue Calcite – 14g & 23x20x18mm – Calcite is a white or colourless mineral (often coloured by impurities), consisting of calcium carbonate. It is a major constituent of sedimentary rocks such as Limestone and is deposited in caves to form stalactites and stalagmites.

Geology

Honey Calcite

200 Honey Calcite – 8g & 30x10x15mm – also called Honey Stone, is a colourful variety of Calcite that looks like honey or honeycomb. Calcite is a very common white or colourless mineral consisting of calcium carbonate (with impurities resulting in coloured Calcite). 10 more words

Geology

Yellow Aragonite

234 Aragonite – 19g & 40x28x10mm – is a mineral consisting of calcium carbonate and typically occurring as colourless prisms in deposits from hot springs.

Geology

Aragonite crystals

125 Aragonite from Morocco – 17g & 35x30x22mm – is a mineral consisting of calcium carbonate and typically occurring as colourless prisms in deposits from hot springs.

Geology

Orange Calcite

092 Calcite – 37g – is a white or colourless mineral consisting of calcium carbonate. Minerals and impurities can result in coloured Calcite. It is a major constituent of sedimentary rocks such as Limestone and is deposited in caves to form stalactites and stalagmites.

Geology