While this is a type of selenite (or gypsum), it looks much different from the shiny, white, ethereal kind we are used to. Oklahoma selenite grows in blades, with inclusions of sand, clay, and iron oxide. The way these inclusions form in these blades makes it look like there is an hourglass inside - hence, the name hourglass selenite. Oklahoma selenite is grounding, clearing, and balancing. The hourglass shape reminds us of the bounds of time, but also of the infinite - and that each of us embodies both of those.
This listing is for one blade, approximately 2 - 2 1/4” in length.