The Crystal Kit
The easy-to-read book in this kit examines what crystals are and provides fascinating facts and folklore about crystal formations. It also offers instruction on how to grow new crystals from the powder provided. The powder creates a beautiful golden, authentic-looking citrine.
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Mohss Scale of Hardness
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