Danburite is named after Danbury in the USA, where it was first discovered in 1839. It comes in shades of light pink, to light yellow-brown, to colourless. Due to its colour, it can often be mistaken for Topaz, although good clean crystals of Danburite have very distinct 'spade' terminations.

Alternative Names Bementite
Colour White, Pink,Yellow, Orange
Hardness  7 - 7.5
Crystal system Orthorhombic
Streak White
Lustre Vitreous
Main Locations USA, Mexico, Bolivia
Chakra Crown, Third Eye, Heart
Zodiac Leo
Numerology 4
Planetary Neptune
Element Air