A rock composed of Fluorite, opal, calcite, dolomite, chalcedony & bertrandite. It is only found in the Brush Wellman Beryllium Mine, at Spor Mountain, western Utah. It occurs as nodules that contain 1% to 2% beryllium by weight. Beryllium is one of the most toxic elements we know of. Most Tiffany Stone is crushed and used to produce beryllium for use in gears and cogs in the aviation industry. It is very difficult to get any Tiffany Stone out of the mine, and most mineral specimens on the market were carried out by mine employees, as the mine owners only care about producing beryllium. Some specimens fluoresce under UV light. Purple to blue fluorescence is caused by fluorite and green fluorescence is caused by Uranyl, which causes those specimens to be slightly radioactive. It is sometimes called Ice cream stone in reference to its white and lavender swirls and grey black veins with occasional gold flecks. A beautiful and rare stone, but can be mildly to medium level toxic. Wash hands after handling, do not carry as a pocket stone, keep away from children, and do not add to crystal water by any method!

Associated with the third eye and crown chakras, zodiac sign of Pisces & vibrates to the numbers 1 & 55.

– Vibrates a sweet, happy, fun energy.
– Opens up psychic and clairvoyant abilities.
– Encourages cleaning, decluttering and simplifying ones life.
– Helps bring awareness to emotional baggage that needs to be worked on.
– Promotes focus, concentration and studying.
– Physically energizes the endocrine system, regulates hormones and enhances libido.
– Toxic