Bismuth is a chemical element, number 83 on the periodic table. When it occurs naturally, it is a rather boring shiny grey metallic substance, which looks similar to Galena. When melted, however, and allowed to cool at different temperatures, it forms into unearthly crystalline formations in a range of rainbow colours.

Bismuth is often cast into different shapes – hearts, pyramids, ‘hoppers’, ‘geodes’ and other small decorative shapes are common.

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