Collection: Fluorite


Fluorite is a favourite stone by many because of its alluring appearance. It is a great stone for spiritual detoxification, raising ones vibration and turning negative energy into positive energy. It is ideal for overall cleansing and repair of the auric field, activating and re-energising the chakras. It is also a stone of protection, particularly spiritual and psychic protection as well as protection from EMF and geopathic stress. It is known as an awakening stone as it connects you with your spirituality and your truth. 

Emotionally it has a stabilizing effect, calming a chaotic and anxious mind, breaking old negative patterns and promoting an open mind, flexibility and freedom of choice. It is a stone that is connected to all things of the mind which makes it a great learning aid, promoting focus, concentration and the absorption of new information. Bringing clarity, it is a good stone to use to help make decisions if you are feeling indecisive or needing extra guidance. 

Fluorite is a great study buddy, place a piece on your desk to help with concentration and to protect you from any EMF while you study or work.


Fluorite received its name due to the fluorescent luminous it emits when held under a UV light and also from the Latin word 'fluere' which means 'to flow'. Although it doesn't have a rich history of folklore in ancient civilizations, Fluorite was a symbol of wealth and abundance and Romans used it to make the famous vasa murrina drinking cups. One of its earliest uses was as a flux in the steel and aluminum smelting process because it can be melted easily. In 1670 a German glass worker combined strong acids with Fluorite and as a result it was the first time hydrofluoric acid was generated. He kept this process proprietary and used it to create a successful glass etching business. Today, it is one of the most popular gemstones and often made into ornamental pieces and jewellery.


Fluorite (also known as Fluorspar) is part of the halide minerals, made from calcium fluoride. It crystallizes in masses, cubes and in octahedrons. Although pure fluorite is colourless or translucent, when it presents with other minerals, impurities or exposed to radiation it can form in all the colours of the rainbow making it known as the most colourful gem in the world. It has a hardness of 4 on Mohs scale and can be found all over the world with large deposits in South Africa, China, Mexico, Mongolia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Tanzania, Rwanda and Argentina.