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Discovered in Greenland in 1806, Sodalite did not become an important ornamental gemstone stone until 1891 when large deposits of gem quality material were discovered in Canada.

Sodalite is a dark blue stone with white calcite interspersed. It is sometimes confused with lapis lazuli as it also has small specks of pyrite in it. The largest deposit of sodalite is in Brazil.

Sodalite is the stone of athletics, as it stimulates endurance. It is said sodalite will harmonize the inner being or the conscious and subconscious mind. Sodalite promotes peace and harmony., and is thought to be extra lucky for writers.


SODALITE
Color Description
Sodalite comes in a very narrow range of colors from a dark blue to a violet blue, often with white, yellow or red veining. Sodalite is rated at 5 to 6 on the Moh's Scale of Hardness. Sodalite should be worn and stored with care to avoid any permanent damage to the stone.