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Glauberite is popular among collectors for its distinctive crystal shapes and pseudomorphic forms.
Glauberite itself is in fact a rare and unstable mineral, but its remnants and castings are much more prevalent.
The remaining pseudomorph over the Glauberite can be colorless, beige, yellow, or gray.
Glauberite is a monoclinic sodium calcium sulfate mineral. Glauberite often forms in continental and marine evaporite deposits, but may also form from hydrothermal deposits, as mineral sublimates deposited near fumaroles, in amygdules in basalt, and in nitrate deposits in arid climates.
Each piece is similar, though no item at Crystal Joys is exactly the same as every item uses a unique stone that is non-fabricated. Every item at Crystal Joys is a true "one of a kind". Slight variations in color, size, and stone shape exist.
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