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An Appetite for Apatite Bracelets

An apatite bracelet - it's as hard to resist as slice of birthday cake! Apatite comes from the Greek word, "apatos," meaning deceit. This might sound scary, but don't worry, it's only due to the fact that apatite is very similar in appearance to other minerals such as peridot, beryl and olivine. The actual name apatite represents a group of phosphate minerals with a similar compositions and properties.

Bonus fun fact: Apatite is the most popular phosphate mineral. The teeth and bones of humans and most animals are composed of calcium phosphate, which is the same material as apatite. Now you can go impress your friends with fun facts!

Apatite is found in all rock types, but is typically found as small grains or fragments. However, large and well-formed apatite crystals can be found in certain contact metamorphic rocks. In general, apatite has a consistent hardness on the Mohs scale and offers a look that's transparent to opaque. Most commonly this stone is green in color, but can be yellow, brown, blue, purple, pink or even colorless. Just think of how pretty a row of these stones would look along a dangling pendant? Or what about on a pair of drop earrings? A stone so pretty you'll want more than just one!