Astrophyllite Jewelry got its name from the Greek word Astro, meaning star, and phyllor, meaning leaf. It has a brilliant submetallic gleam and shines sharply with the light. They usually come in opaque to translucent and are often found in different weights. It was first discovered in 1854 in laven island Norway, and was not known until 1956. The big pieces of Astrophyllite are widely found in Russia and have a wide collection in colorado, USA. The stones from these counties reflect the luminous light and make the most appealing jewelry pieces. The other similar varieties are found in Canada, Mont Saint-Hilaire, Québec, and Greenland, giving out the rare beauty to the world.
- United States