Hematite is an iron-ore that occurs commonly in a steel-grey to black metallic color. Polished Hematite has a metal-look and is often used in various carved objects. When ground into a powder, it becomes a vivid red, attributed to the natural iron content. Hematite was translated in 79 by Pliny the Elder to haematites, "bloodlike", in allusion to the intense red color of powder.
Many Hematite specimens are found with magnetite, providing a slight magnetic effect – making it a popular selection for bracelets and other jewelry.
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