Azurite Malachite Chrysocolla Natural Rough Gemstone
Azurite and malachite mix like mint ice cream and sprinkles! Malachite is a deep green stone with used in jewelry for centuries. It isn't uncommon to see malachite or azurite in crystal collections because of this (and their natural beauty of course).
These gorgeous gemstones are a natural mix of Azurite, Malachite, and Chrysocolla. These ocean hues of blue, green, and ivory create a swirl of color. These rough gemstones are a natural mixture of blue Azurite, green Malachite, and blue-green Chrysocolla. Buying Azurite, Malachite, and Chrysocolla separately brings amazing, individual stones, but having them as a single stone together is truly amazing.
You will receive 1 piece that is approximately 0.7"-1" long.
You will receive one B-Grade raw specimen, which may contain varying amounts of two or all three of the stones listed, mixed with surrounding matrix. These are B-Grade specimens, and priced accordingly.
Metaphysical Properties, Uses, and Meaning of Azurite, Malachite, & Chrysocolla
Chrysocolla often grows alongside Malachite, Shattuckite, or Azurite and can sometimes take on secondary traits associated with these intergrowth minerals!
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Specimens are natural materials and stones may feature natural internal fractures, dips, caverns, or inclusions consistent with the growth pattern of the stone. Coloration varies from specimen to specimen.Photos indicate the type, style, material, and quality range of the item. The exact specimens shown in photos may no longer be available.
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