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Wulfenite w/ Calcite-Glove Mine Arizona

This crystal features square tabular crystal formations of Wulfenite with druzy white Calcite crystals over the matrix. Found in the Glove Mine, Santa Cruz Co., Arizona, US. Measures in about 11 inches length, 6 inches width, 6 inches height.

Although classified as an uncommon mineral, Wulfenite has wide distribution among the oxidized portions of lead-bearing deposits across Arizona. The first discovery of this mineral came in 1845 by W. Haidinger in Carinthia, Austria. He named it in honor of Austrian mineralogist Franz Xavier von Wulfen who had previously written about the crystals in the lead deposits of Carinthia in the Bleiberg District in 1785.

Wulfenite activates and links your solar plexus and sacral chakras together. This mineral promotes the acceptance of the existence of the negative aspects which exist in the world, allowing one to recognize the issues and to not allow "roadblocks' ' to impede or limit progress toward development. This attribute allows one to recognize the authoritative games of this plane and to continue "in spite of" the potential limitations. 

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.