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Fluorite was discovered back in the 1530s by a German scientist and is a form of calcium fluoride. The name comes from the Latin word 'flux' which means 'flow interchangeably'. It belongs to the halide minerals and is crystallized and formed as a cube-like structure. It's considered to be one of the most colorful minerals in the world and comes in a vast array of colors such as green, blue, black, purple, yellow, red and many more which makes them a great decoration for the home or work place. Green, purple and blue fluorite are some of the more popular color types and are usually loved by crystal lovers. ©HSP

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