Discover the enchanting beauty of our rare Yooperlite Tumble Stone, a captivating gemstone sourced directly from the picturesque landscapes of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Known for its mesmerizing glow under UV light, this unique mineral is a must-have for any gemstone enthusiast or collector.
Natural Radiance: Watch in awe as your Yooperlite Tumble Stone reveals its ember glow when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. The luminous patterns within the stone create a magical and captivating display.
Origin: Sourced from the remote regions of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Yooperlite is a geological phenomenon. Its discovery is relatively recent (2017), making it a sought-after and rare addition to any gemstone collection.
Size and Shape: This listing is for a single, carefully tumbled Yooperlite stone approximately 20-25mm. Each piece is unique, showcasing the stone's natural beauty in its own distinctive way.
Versatile Display: Whether you're a collector, a crystal enthusiast, or simply someone who appreciates the wonders of nature, this Yooperlite Tumble Stone is a versatile and stunning addition to any display. Create a centerpiece for your collection or place it in a UV-lit environment to witness its radiant glow.
Educational Value: Yooperlites are not only beautiful but also hold geological significance. Learn about the fascinating mineral composition of the fluorescent sodalite inclusions and the geological processes that led to the formation of these extraordinary stones.
Note: Please keep in mind that colors and patterns may vary due to the natural characteristics of the stone.
Add a touch of magic to your collection with this Yooperlite Tumble Stone. Embrace the wonder of nature's artistry and order yours today!
Disclaimer: Ravenna Rocks, LLC makes no claims about this or other items' ability to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any illness. Any information related to spiritual or metaphysical properties or traditional usages in mythology, folklore, folk medicine, or alternative spiritual practices is provided as a matter of interest only. Any information provided should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment.