<transcy>The Flower Stone is ...</transcy>
Also known as Quiastolita or Andalucita, this curious stone from southern Chile has the unique characteristic of, as its name says, generating the figure of a cross or flower. This is due to the fact that they present in their interior some carbonaceous inclusions of symmetrical distribution. They are four parallel prismatic crystals that, cut in section, form a characteristic cross.
In our country we only find it in the eighth region next to the La Cruz River, near Laraquete, a town located 57 kilometers south of Concepción and 20 kilometers north of Arauco.
Contains calcium carbonate, aluminum silicate, manganese, copper, carbon, and quartz.
New Discovery only in CHILE. IT IS NOT A FOSSIL.
<transcy>How do we discover Flor stone?</transcy>
Some years ago in a trekking familiar in the Chilean Mountain We sat down to eat on some stones and we realized that they had very beautiful shapes, at that moment the magic happened, it was studied in conjunction with Chilean geologists where it was called micasia chiastolite, a new variety of common chiastolite and we began to explore the jewels with this beautiful and different mineral.
<transcy>How is a Flower Stone Jewel made?</transcy>
Piedra Flor jewels are made mainly by chiastolite minerals but most are accompanied by other Chilean minerals such as malachite, lapis lazuli, jasper, turquoise and chrysocolla, each mineral has its own energy therefore each jewel represents something in ration with its mineral.