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Distinctive Wulfenite with Calcite is a unique specimen measuring 11 x 6.5 that features orangish/yellow crystals of Wulfenite on a matrix of Calcite. The Glove Mine, Arizona is a historic mine that has produced a significant amount of Wulfenite and Calcite specimens in association.
Wulfenite is a mineral that is composed of lead molybdate, with the chemical formula PbMoO4. It is typically found in the form of bright orange or yellow crystals, and is often associated with other lead and molybdenum minerals. Wulfenite is commonly found in the oxidized zones of lead and molybdenum deposits, and is considered to be a secondary mineral. It is named after the Austrian mineralogist Franz Xavier von Wulfen.
Calcite is a common mineral that can be found in many different forms and colors. In this specimen, Calcite serves as a matrix for the Wulfenite crystals, which gives the specimen a contrast in color and texture.
In terms of metaphysical properties, Calcite is believed to have a high energy and is said to be helpful in amplifying energy and removing blockages. It is also said to be helpful in increasing intuition and psychic abilities. Wulfenite has already been described in the above answer, the combination of the two minerals might enhance the properties of each other.
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.