Stichtite

Stichtite on its own is a pink/purple crystal that is often found alongside green Serpentine, and given the name Atlantisite. After its discovery in 1910, it was named after the manager of the mine where it was found, Robert Sticht.

Alternative Names N/A
Colour Purple
Hardness 1.2 - 2
Crystal system Trigonal
Streak White To Light Lilac
Lustre Waxy, Greasy, Pearly
Main Locations Australia, South Africa, Canada
Chakra Heart
Zodiac Virgo
Numerology 5
Planetary Unknown
Element Air