Natural rough Stichtite specimen. Rare! Some lovely A Grade silky areas. Beautiful purple hues with minor amounts of orange and green Serpentine in association. Some matrix present. From Barberton, South Africa. Very Good to A Grade. Size approx 4-5cm. Weight approx 20-30g.
Stichtite is a magnesium chromium carbonate and considered a rare mineral. It is an alteration product of Chromite containing Serpentine. Discovered in 1910 on the west coast of Tasmania. And named for the manager of a nearby copper mine, Robert Sticht. It occurs in hues ranging from pink through lilac to a rich purple.
When in association with green Serpentine, it is called Tasmanite or Atlantisite.
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Remind us of the power of the heart. It encourages calling upon ones guides and angels in good as well as in difficult times. Assists in feeling and living in the present. Works on the third eye and crown chakra and can stimulate visionary experiences.
Stone of love, unity, and cooperation. It helps in overcoming the reluctant to ask for support from others. Its an excellent protective stone against negative emotional fields being created by others and will help one feel compassionate toward such individuals.