Fluorite, with a Refractive index of only 1.43 and relatively weak dispersion, is not noted for its optical properties. This faceted stone truly represents the finest that this material can offer. The unique cutting design certainly releases all its potential. It belongs in a museum for the world to see or a collectors cabinet. If your goal as a collector is to collect quality and beauty, this is a true candidate for your collection.
Fluorite comes in colors that range from yellow green to purple and all colors in between — mostly blues, greens and purples and in some banded combinations. Fluorite ranks 4 on the Mohs hardness scale. It is found worldwide, but rarely with such clarity at this size.