The lovely purple stone known as purpurite ranges in transparency from opaque. It can range from violet to deep red to pink to magenta to purple; it frequently oxidizes to brown to black. Purpurite's crystal structure is orthorhombic. The stone is made of manganese, iron, and phosphate mineral, and it has a metallic to vitreous luster. The manganese and iron content of the stone affects the purprite's color. These stunning stones are wonderful, and anyone would like to own them due to their alluring appeal. Over the years, people have worn and treasured their Purpurite Jewelry. On the surfaces of Triphylite, a similar mineral, it most frequently appears as an oxidation mineral. The term "purpurite" comes from the stone's intense purple hue.