Que Sera Tumbles
Listing is for one Que sera tumble, intuitively chosen.
The name Que Sera comes from the acronym “Quartz with Undulatory Extinction” and “Sera” in reference to the conditions of its creation. This mineral crystallizes in the form of masses and can only be found in LLano County, Texas, and Bahia, Brazil.
Que Sera Stone, also known as Llianite or Galaxy Rhyolite, is a silica-rich volcanic rock containing Feldspar, Kaolinite, Magnetite, Leucozene, Clinozoisite, Calcite, and Iron-oxide inclusions. Its creation occurred during a pivotal point in the earth's formation approximately 1 billion years ago.