Chrysanthemum Stone

The flowers in Chrysanthemum Stone are formed of Calcite, Celestite, Andalusite or Feldspar, whilst the black base is usually Dolomite, Limestone or Porphyry. As such it does not have a defined chemical formula so cannot be classified as a mineral. These stones were formed at the bottom of the sea around 248 - 290 million years ago, during the Paleozoic era. They are the official stone of the Chinese Royal Family, and have long been considered a symbol of wealth by the Chinese people.

Alternative Names Flower Stone
Colour Black, White
Hardness 0
Crystal system N/A
Streak N/A
Lustre N/A
Main Locations China, Japan, USA, Canada
Chakra Crown, Root
Zodiac Taurus, Aquarius
Numerology 3
Planetary Earth
Element Earth

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