Septarian Freeform

Sparkly Septarian freeform (self stands) made up of brown (Aragonite) and grey (Limestone) from Madagascar. The points are so well formed that they sparkle alongside small calcite crystals on the top section.

This unique mineral was formed around 50 to 70 million years ago during Earth’s Cretaceous Period. Sea life during that time became attracted to the molten sediment that was produced by these massive volcanic eruptions. Overtime as sea life began to die, their chemical composition became enriched in sedimentary rock, forming the nodules we see today. As oceans began to recede around the world, the water within soon dried out and massive cracks formed internally. The chemicals within the dead sea life eventually crystallized and formed Aragonite “crusts” and calcite crystals. 

4 1/2 high" by 3 1/4" wide by 2 3/4"

2 lbs