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Angelite, also known as “angel stone,” is a soft, glacier-blue stone that has snow-white specks with occasional brown or rusty inclusions.

It is actually an anhydrite (CaSo4 – Hydrated Calcium Sulfate) and is the product of the evaporation of sea water. Its name comes from the Greek anhydras (“without water”), referring to the fact that angelite is a plaster that has completely lost hydration, turning into a stone that is “without water.”

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