Angelite, also known as angel stone, is a glacier-blue or lilac-blue colored soft stone that has snow-white flecks with occasional brown or rusty inclusions.
Actually it is an Anhydrite (CaSo4 – Hydrated Calcium Sulfate). It is a product of evaporation of seawater. It’s name comes from the Greek anhydras (“without water”), a reference to angelite being a gypsum that has completely lost all hydration, becoming a stone that is “without water”. When exposed to water, anhydrite readily transforms to the more commonly occurring gypsum by the absorption of water. The Mohs hardness is 3.5.
Commonly Angelite nodes are about fist size. However we also have a source of bigger nodes that provide for bigger décor products
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