This is a simply beautiful White Howlite rock specimen. It is marbled white and gray and has a polished face on it. All the other sides are left natural and raw.
White Howlite is a white stone with grey streaks discovered in 1868 near Nova Scotia. It is a soft stone with a hardness level of 3.5 on the Mohs hardness scale The naturally occurring black-grey striations on the crystal add to the beauty of White Howlite, making it resemble the appearance of marble.
Despite being inexpensive, the glossy look of White Howlite gemstone standardizes it as a classy crystal to own.
Measurements: The piece of White Howlite is 3 inches tall and 3 inches wide.