** You get this exact 1 of a kind piece…………….Larimar – (Dolphin Stone, Atlantis Stone) Larimar is a relatively new find that occurs in only one place on earth – on the island of Hispaniola, in the Caribbean Sea. A collector's stone of true rarity & value, in which the available quantity from the mine is unknown, which makes the future supply of Larimar uncertain. Currently the miners are rare themselves and possess real experience & at this time, any of the current supply is coming from well below 50 feet down under the ocean, & it's extremely dangerous. Larimar was originally discovered in 1916 by a Spanish priest who reported the discovery but no mining was done. Then, in 1974, the American Peace Corps Volunteer, Norman Rilling, and the Dominican, Miguel Mendez, rediscovered the stone on the beaches of Barahona. It was determined by geologists that Larimar is a rare form of Blue Pectolite. Named for Mr. Mendez's daughter "Larissa" and the Spanish word for sea "Mar", Larimar contains the blue hues of the Caribbean Sea, with white and gray 'clouds'. It is a stunning stone.