Quantity: 1 piece
Average size range: 2.5 to 3 inches
Calcite is a mineral that forms mostly in limestone deposits and caves, and can exhibit a wide range of colors depending on the impurities and trace elements it absorbs from the surrounding area. Honey calcite derives its color from iron ions caught in the crystal lattice while it forms. The way these ions are distributed will affect the specific shade of yellow, and some crystals may appear more yellow when viewed from specific directions.