A semi-transparent light blue, blue-grey variety of anhydrite from Peru. The name first appeared as a metaphysical name referring to various "powers" attributed to the stone.

Angelite is often cut into balls, eggs, "wands", animal carvings etc.
General Information
A variety or type of:Anhydrite
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Further Information
Mineral information:Angelite information at
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