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Bismuth Crystals


The Bismuth crystal’s beautiful color happens when metal oxidizes from its exposure to the oxygen in the air. When iron oxidizes rust occurs with red-orange colored layers. When Bismuth oxidizes you can see a variety of colors like pink, purple, green, blue, and yellow.​   The iridescent colors are the result of natural oxidation. There is no shaping, enhancing, or manipulation of these crystals.

Bismuth has been used as a stone of transformation; it directs the change to orderliness and calms the state of change.  It stimulates cohesiveness in groups and relationships.

Origin:  Australia

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