Polish flint is a beautiful blend of creamy white, beige, and grey mixed in striped bands and lightly swirled patterns.
Polish flint is a member of the chalcedony family. Flint is a sedimentary cryptocrystalline form of the mineral quartz. The internal layering makes this stone unique. This type of flint is also called banded flint. It only occurred in the Jurassic limestone in Poland (160 million years ago). The irregular banding creates picturesque internal structures, which makes it perfect for use in distinct jewelry pieces.
Polish Flint has a hardness of 6 1/2 to 7.
Material Source:Lesser Poland
Polish flint is is said to help move on from past hurts. It is also claimed to calm emotional drama.