Pyrite/ Fluorite/ Labradorite/ Chalcedony
Pyrite- Fools Gold in the rock world and Healers Gold in the Metaphysical, either way, this amazing cluster shines. Pyrite derived from Greek fire because it would spark when knocked is metallic shiny and has pale brass-yellow hue.
Fluorite (also called fluorspar) is the mineral form of calcium fluoride. This piece from Mexico has a beautiful blue and purple color.
Labradorite is feldspar named after the peninsula of Labrador in Canada, where it was first found. Often blue and green, it shows labradorescence which is the metallic tint that makes this piece shine and reflect so radiantly.
Chalcedony- Recent studies have shown that much Chalcedony is a mixture of cryptocrystalline quartz and moganite, another silica mineral related to quartz but with a different crystal structure.