Bismuth (melts at only 521F)

A fine example of golden Rutile sprays on metalic silver crystals of lustrous Hematite.

Smokey Quartz

Bismuth (Synthetic)

Rare naturally blue Topaz with Lepidolite ~ among other properties, Topaz brings joy, generosity, abundance and good health. It is known as a stone of love and good fortune.

Bismuth Geode/ bismuth that has been grown and cooled in an eggshell! Apparently bismuth is one of the easiest crystals to grow yourself. Bismuth does not naturally occur in geode form. What fun to create your own dragon's egg!

Scolecite on Stilbite

Bismuth

.Mineral crystals grow under a variety of conditions. Slow cooling of magma (melted rock) deep within the Earth generally leads to a rock such as granite with visible crystals of feldspar, quartz, mica, amphibole and other minerals. Water in the magma can even facilitate pegmatite formation. Pegmatite is an igneous rock com-posed of mineral crystals with a diameter of several centimeters which, on rare occasions, can be meters.

Rose Quartz by by www.SoulMakes.com

Rare specimen of Native Gold with Pyrite crystals on Quartz from the Mother Lode of California.

Druzy Quartz on Chrysocolla

Jeremejavite- an excellent healing crystal; will help to eradicate disorganized cellular growth in the body; aids those who have had a loved one pass over... as it may help to lessen the grief felt at this time; will help anyone who feels either superior or inferior to others, allowing you to know that you are perfect just how you are, and that you're in the right place for your personal well-being.

Pyrite/, Dubrovsky Mine, Saratov, Russia

Watermelon Tourmaline

bismuth

Worlds biggest Amethyst Geode – The ‘Empress of Uruguay’

moonstone