|Dimensions (mm)||55 x 46 x 4mm|
|Weight (carats)||not provided|
Patrik's MINERALS & LAPIDARY
Natural howlite dyed to look like Turquoise
large cabochon polished stone the edge on this stone could of been cut better
size 55 x 46 x 4 MM
weight 107.30 CTS
( 6 MM IS APPROX 1/4 INCH )
CODE : G 4023
Howlite was discovered near Windsor, Nova Scotia in 1868 and named after Henry How, a Canadian chemist, geologist, and mineralogist.
It often forms in nodules which resemble cauliflower heads. The nodules are opaque, white with gray or black veins, often showing web-like pattern. Crystals are very rare and are found in only a couple localities in the world. The maximum size of crystals is about 1 cm.
Howlite is used for cabochons, decorative objects, beads, small carvings or jewelry components. Dyed blue howlite is used as a turquoise substitute .
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