Lepidolite Flake Chips
Lepidolite is a lithium-rich mica mineral that ranges in colour from shades of pink and purple to white.
Each bag contains a mix of small and medium-sized pieces, with a width of approximately 4” inches and a maximum of 60 flakes.
These flakes can be used in a variety of ways, such as placed in a vase or mixed into resin for use in jewelry making. The lustrous appearance is prized for its unique beauty and energy properties. Believed to help with stress and anxiety often used in crystal healing practices, or used in jewelry making.
Lepidolite was discovered in 1861 by German chemists and physicists Robert Bunsen and Gustav Kirchhoff. The two scientists discovered lepidolite while studying a sample of mica from the Ural Mountains in Russia.