Mordenite from the Jalgaon District-Mordenite is one of the most abundant zeolites in nature and commonly occurs with a fibrous crystal habit. This specimen was found in the Jalgaon District, Maharashtra, India. Measures at about 4.5 inches in height, 4 inches in length, and 3 inches in width.
It was first described in 1864 by Henry How. He named it after the small community of Morden, Nova Scotia, Canada, along the Bay of Fundy where it was first found. Mordenite as a Orthorhombic crystal system. It crystallizes in the form of fibrous aggregates, masses, and vertically striated prismatic crystals. It may be colorless, white, or faintly yellow or pink. It has a Mohs hardness of 5.
Mordenite is a very exceptional stone that is all about bringing peace and serenity into your life by attracting harmonious energies. It resonates with one's heart and entire emotional body.
Each piece is similar, though no item at Crystal Joys Gallery is exactly the same as every item uses a unique stone is non-fabricated. Every item is a true "one-of-a-kind". Slight variations in color, size, and stone shape.
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