Lepidolite is a crystal that is part of the Mica mineral family. It is most commonly found in lilacs, but it does form in other colors and often includes a shimmer or metallic effect. Lepidolite forms in layers, and it is a fairly delicate crystal.
Did you know that Sugilite was named in 1976, yet it was discovered in 1944? The name Sugilite comes from its discoverer, Ken Ichi Sugi, the geologist who found the crystal on an island in Shikoku, Japan.
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