Selenite Stick



Selenite is a crystal habitat variety of the mineral gypsum. This mineral is composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate. It does not contain selenium. This mineral is very soft, and on the Mohs scale, is classified as a 2. Some of the largest crystals ever found are selenite, the largest being 12 meters long and weighing 55 tons.

Each stick is approximately 4 inches long and 0.5 inches thick.

Why We Love This:
These selenite minerals are a great way to start out with a collection, especially since they are so versatile and affordable.