This listing is for ONE Sulfur stone.
Each stone is unique and may vary slightly in exact shape, size, and shade of yellow.
Each stone is approximately 1.5-2” wide.
Sulphur crystals are usually orthorhombic, yellow blocky dipyramids formed by volcanic action as a sublimate from volcanic gasses. It can also be found in salt domes where it has formed by the bacterial decomposition of calcium sulphate.