This listing is for exact fluorite point as shown in pics
Fluorite forms in a wide variety of hues, typically purple, green, yellow, blue, and in pure form - colorless, though specimens of pink, red, white, brown and black also occur.
Fluorite is composed of calcium fluoride and is a member of the Halide family. It is transparent to translucent and crystallizes in well-formed isometric cubes or in massive form. It is the only common mineral which can grow in four directions, a characteristic that may be visible to the eye in clear stones as etching permeating the entire crystal.