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Cassiterite, Purple Fluorite, Lithium Quartz Combo Crystal Specimen


Regular price $58.80

This is an enchanting combination of Cassiterite, Purple Fluorite, and a smoky Lithium Quartz point. Lots of power in one crystal specimen, this unique marriage of minerals is encapsulated by mica. Cassiterite is rare in crystal form, and the presence of Cubic Purple Fluorite and such a well-formed point makes this even more unusual. Cassiterite has been one of my new favorites, so I was thrilled to find such a strange and wonderful union. I can see this being an amazing piece for productive meditation and discovery and ingenuity. 

The Smoky point appears to have a dark mauve coating, which is likely Lepidolite (since there is also mica) which would also make it Lithium Quartz.

You will receive the exact crystal specimen shown. 


  • Dimensions: 1.1in X 1in X .9in
  • Weight: 22 grams
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  • Ships within 2 days from Cape Cod Crystals in Pocasset, MA.


About Cassiterite: Highly sought for thousands of years, Cassiterite is a rare & important mineral.  Referred to as ‘the stone between worlds’ Cassiterite is thought of as a gateway, used in meditation to detach oneself from earthly habits & sync with the great void of creation. A stone of manifestation & destruction, life & death, heaven & earth.

Purple Fluorite is a stone of creativity, focus, and enhanced intuition. Popular for artistic pursuits, scientific work, and the development of pyschic ability. An energizing crystal. Just as it calms the mind, Fluorite also soothes and restores balance to the body. 

Smoky Quartz is a stone of transitioning to the dark times of the year - a stone of the mystic realm and earthly enchantments, Smoky Quartz has been used for protection and welcoming the spirit realm into our reality. 

Lithium Quartz is a powerfully calming crystal. The presence of Lepidolite relieves anxieties and calms overactivity. 



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