Fluorite, also known as Crimson Night Stone or Fluorspar, is the mineral of calcium fluoride. Carlo Antonio Galeani Napione named it fluere Meaning “to flow” in 1797. Fluorites have a specific semitransparent aspect in a wide range of colors: blue, green, yellow, champagne, brown, purple, lilac. Some of them are almost colorless. Fluorite has been extracted mostly from South Africa, China and Mexico, however it can be found in several other places like Russia, Spain, Canada, Namibia or Mongolia.