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Phosphosiderite is a rare mineral named for its main components, phosphate and iron. The siderite at the end of phosphosiderite comes from "sideros", the Greek word for iron. It was discovered in 1890.
Color: Usually red to pink to purple,

I've top wrapped this delicate pink heartshaped stone with sterling silver wire....

How pretty is this stone?
 

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bethshangirl said:
Phosphosiderite is a rare mineral named for its main components, phosphate and iron. The siderite at the end of phosphosiderite comes from "sideros", the Greek word for iron. It was discovered in 1890.
Color: Usually red to pink to purple,

I've top wrapped this delicate pink heartshaped stone with sterling silver wire....

How pretty is this stone?
Very beautiful and delicate.
 

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