This listing is for a single Seraphinite flat stone, also known as a pocket stone.
Seraphinite is a trade name for a rare form of clinochlore, a member of the chlorite group. Seraphinite is named after the biblical seraphs or seraphim angels due to its resemblance to feathers due to its chatoyancy.
Seraphinite is mined in a limited area of eastern Siberia in Russia. Russian mineralogist Nikolay Koksharov (1818-1892 or 1893) is often credited with its discovery. It occurs in the Korshunovskoye iron skarn deposit in the Irkutskaya Oblast of Eastern Siberia.