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    Posted 4 years ago

    fleafinder
    (91 items)

    Found some dusty stones in the garden. Ran it under the water and they looked rather cool under the sunlight.anyone has any idea what stones are these.They look rather glassy and heavy

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    1. fleafinder fleafinder, 4 years ago
      Hi karen!
    2. fleafinder fleafinder, 4 years ago
      Hi
      Aura
      Pascale
      Thomas
      Scott
      Mike
      Roy
      (Hope my memory lasts)
      thanks for the loves
    3. fleafinder fleafinder, 4 years ago
      Hi all thanks for the wholesome loves. I think ive found some clues to what is this but probably it will need some verification with a mineralist/stonelogist/gematologist :p
      I think this is a mineral called Parisite. Googled brown mineral and this came up:


      "Parisite is a rare mineral consisting of cerium, lanthanum and calcium fluoro-carbonate, Ca(Ce,La)2(CO3)3F2. Parisite is mostly parisite-(Ce), but when neodymium is present in the structure the mineral becomes parisite-(Nd)."
      -Wiki
    4. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 3 years ago
      I thought it was carnelian. Just a quess.

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