Often mistaken for lapis lazuli, this beautiful stormy blue stone often features white or orange calcite veining. It is also referred to as "Princess Blue" as royality was visiting Ontario, Canada when it was first discovered in the region. It has been used as ornamentation as early as 2,600 B.C.
These flat-backed cabochons are approximately 18 x 6 x14.5mm and are randomly selected.
Mohs scale: 5.5-6
Locality of Sodalite: Canada, Germany, India, Russia, and the United States.