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Fluorite is the category of A-grade semi-precious gemstone. Fluorite belongs to the Halide mineral family. It is also known as “Fluorspar.” Fluorite comes in different colors: purple, green, blue, blue-green, yellow to orange, brown, white, pink, red, brownish red, pinkish red, black & brownish-black. The most popular color of Fluorite is purple & deep purple. A purple-blue & white-banded variety of Fluorite known as ‘Blue John.’
Fluorite has octahedral cleavage, which means that it makes a perfect octahedron & diamond shape when cleaved. The Refractive index range of this gemstone is from 1.432 to 1.434. It shows isometric, massive & granular crystallography. It also shows a cubic crystal system.
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Fluorite was first described in 1530 & was originally referred to as ‘fluorspar.’ Fluorspar is primarily used in the industries & chemical form of Fluorite. In the chemical ion of fluoride, fluorine is an essential element. The word fluorescence is derived from “Fluorite.” Fluorites are slightly soluble in water. Fluorite comes in different sources: Argentina, Austria, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Namibia, Russia, Spain, Switzerland & the USA.
Fluorite makes a beautiful gemstone. It can be multicolored with two or more contrasting colors within the same gemstone. Multicolored fluorite gemstone shows banding patterns. It can’t be used as a mainstream gemstone. Fluorite is not commonly used as jewelry & is cut mostly for collectors. Small varicolored beads of Fluorite are sometimes strung for use as a bracelet. Banded & multicolored fluorites are sometimes cut & polished as cabochons.