Stilbite is a sodium, calcium, aluminum silicate that grows in the cavities of large basalt lava flows. Large deposits of it are found in Iceland. Stilbite forms as a tabular (top part larger than bottom) crystal that commonly is twined (two crystals growing together as a pair). Stilbite often resembles a bow tie or a sheaf of wheat. This gentle looking mineral wears white, colorless, cream, pink and flamingo.
Stilbite is a highly creative stone that opens the intuition and carries a loving and supportive vibration in any endeavor. The name Stilbite comes from the Greek word "stil bein" meaning "to shine."
You will receive the exact specimen pictured. See last photo for size reference.