Alabaster

Alabaster is named after the town Albastron in Egypt that produced Alabaster many centuries ago. Geologists use the term Alabaster to refer exclusively to the Gypsum mineral, although archaeologists and the decorative industry also use it to refer to a banded Calcite.

Alternative Names N/A
Colour White
Hardness 2
Crystal system Monoclinic
Streak White Pink Brownish
Lustre Vitreous
Main Locations Worldwide
Chakra Sacral
Zodiac N/A
Numerology 2
Planetary Moon
Element Air

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