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Stibnite Blade • 5.8 grams ~ 63x8x8mm 90100STB

Stibnite, the primary ore of Antimony, is a sulfide mineral. It occurs in hydrothermal veins, hot-spring deposits, and replacement deposits that form at low temperatures (up to 400°F/200°C). It's named after the Latin stibium, which is the old name of the element Antimony (Sb). Natural Stibnite crystals can be long, slender prismatic, lustrous, and shiny, often with a sword-like in appearance, but occasionally can tarnish with a dull or iridescent coating.



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Stibnite Blade • 5.8 grams

SKU: 90100STB-5-8
$35.00 Regular Price
$17.50Sale Price
  • Stibnite Blade with Babies
    Comes with a latex glove

    • Wuning Mine, Jiangxi Provinces, China
    • 5.8 grams ~ 63x8x8mm
    • Natural
    • 90100STB-5-8
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