Found in Lake Superior. The suspected source of this variety of syenite that has a fluorescent form of sodalite is believed to come from central Ontario. The rock was transported to the Michigan area 8,000 to 10,000 years ago by glaciers and/or by icebergs on Lake Algonquin, a larger predecessor lake to Lake Superior.
Approximate Size: 2-3cm
**Price is per one piece, intuitively picked for you. The pictures represent the quality and sizing you can expect to receive however please note that stone is unique and one of a kind so there will be slight variations. These pieces may have some small natural fractures or cracks/chips on edges.