• Image of Bismuth
  • Image of Bismuth
  • Image of Bismuth
  • Image of Bismuth
  • Image of Bismuth

Bismuth is a heavy, brittle silver-white crystalline that transforms with tinges of pink to red. It naturally occurs with an iridescent oxide tarnish that reflects a full spectrum of colors including blue, yellow and green, as well. Bismuth crystals are typically laboratory grown where Bismuth is melted and a rod is placed in the molten metal and pulled up slowly, which allows crystals to form as it cools.
Bismuth (element #83 on the periodic table) forms beautifully colored and geometrically intricate hopper crystals as it slowly cools and solidifies from its molten state.

Bismuth is gold/green/copper chameleon multi chrome flakes in a clear base. Can be used as a topper to any polish or 2 coats for full opacity.

Item comes in a glass 15mL bottle with stainless steel mixing beads.

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