Edenite is named for Edenville, New York which is the first known location where it was discovered. Specimens can be green, gray, brown, and white, and well-formed crystals are commonly found.
- Optical Properties
- Characteristic Physical Properties
- Chemistry & Crystallography
Countries of Origin
Myanmar; United Arab Emirates (the); Cameroon; Viet Nam; Czechia; Egypt; Madagascar; Portugal; Greece; Austria; Sweden; Mozambique; Korea (the Republic of); Unknown; Mali; China; Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha; Russian Federation (the); Brazil; Poland; Iraq; Slovakia; Slovenia; Bulgaria; France; United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the); United States of America (the); Sri Lanka; Japan; Saint Kitts And Nevis; Belarus; Saint Vincent And The Grenadines; Switzerland; Spain; New Zealand; Canada; Cuba; Saint Lucia; Norway; Namibia; Finland; Italy; Antarctica; Philippines (the); Australia; Ethiopia; Germany
Edenite is brittle so please take when handling specimens.