Aquamarine, Albite, and Micah Specimen
This mineral specimen consists of aquamarine, micah, and albite. Aquamarine is in the beryl family, the same family that emerald is in. There’s a rich nautical history with aquamarine, dating back to the Greeks and Romans. It was known as the seafarer’s stone, and during violent storms was often tossed overboard to appease the gods.
Those who practice metaphysical healing believe that this stone represents hope, happiness, and ever lasting youth.