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This gorgeous natural crystal Selenite tower has a beautiful natural shine that just pops off of it. Place it on the included rainbow LED light up stand and you won't be able to stop staring at it as the colors change and make the Selenite tower to brightly glow different colors from within! Selenite is a crystalline mineral variety of gypsum. The crystals form in mica-like sheets that sometimes appear like columns, giving them an architectural look. This is why we call them Towers. Average size is 4 1/2" tall and 1 3/4" wide.
Incredible Science Fun Learning Ideas:
Hold this beautiful clear/translucent mineral and learn about the crystalline varieties of gypsum which is called "selenite".
Learn and see "chatoyancy" which is the cats' eye effect. When cut across the fibers and polished on the ends, it exhibits an optical illusion when placed on a printed surface of photo. It's also called a "television stone"
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