26.00 CTS MALACHITE PAIR OF STONES TOP GLOSSY POLISH ON PAIR

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Dimensiones (mm) 30 x 7 x 5mm
Peso (quilates) 26 quilates
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Patrik’s BEADS & GEMS

MALACHITE PAIR CABS

I COLLECTED THIS STONE FROM A COLLECTOR WHO HAD IT FOR OVER 10 YEARS SO THIS DEPOSIT WOULD BE ALLMINED OUT BY NOW

GREAT PATTERN AND STONES NOW READY FOR ANYSETTING

PREFERABLY FOR A SET OF EARRINGS

OR KEEP AS A BEAUTIFUL SAMPLE

I ALSO HAVE A GREAT RANGE OF MALACHITE IN MY STORE

WEIGHT :26.00 CTS

SIZE MM:30 x 7 x 5

( 6 MM IS APPROX 1/4 INCH )

CODE : P 844

Malachiteis a copper carbonate mineral with a chemical formula of Cu2[(OH)2CO3].

It can form acicular and prismatic crystals but is more commonly botryoidal, massive, or as stalactites.

It is a vibrant green color often banded with light and dark greens and has a light green streak.

Malachite is the result of the oxydation of copper sulfide minerals. It is found associated with azurite, cuprite, and chalcopyrite. It has long been used as a source of copper, pigments, and decorative objects.

Because of its beautiful appearance and ability to be highly polished Malachite is valued in jewelry making as well as all sorts of decorative objects.

Huge quanities of this mineral, in blocks weighing tons, come from the Ural Mountains in Russia and from Shaba, Zaire.

The famous King Solomon’s mines in Timna, Israel shows evidence of malachite mining operations dating back 3000 years.

It is also found in many places in the southwest U.S. most noteably Bisbee, Arizona.

Patrik’s BEADS & GEMS

MALACHITE PAIR CABS

I COLLECTED THIS STONE FROM A COLLECTOR WHO HAD IT FOR OVER 10 YEARS SO THIS DEPOSIT WOULD BE ALLMINED OUT BY NOW

GREAT PATTERN AND STONES NOW READY FOR ANYSETTING

PREFERABLY FOR A SET OF EARRINGS

OR KEEP AS A BEAUTIFUL SAMPLE

I ALSO HAVE A GREAT RANGE OF MALACHITE IN MY STORE

WEIGHT :26.00 CTS

SIZE MM:30 x 7 x 5

( 6 MM IS APPROX 1/4 INCH )

CODE : P 844

Malachiteis a copper carbonate mineral with a chemical formula of Cu2[(OH)2CO3].

It can form acicular and prismatic crystals but is more commonly botryoidal, massive, or as stalactites.

It is a vibrant green color often banded with light and dark greens and has a light green streak.

Malachite is the result of the oxydation of copper sulfide minerals. It is found associated with azurite, cuprite, and chalcopyrite. It has long been used as a source of copper, pigments, and decorative objects.

Because of its beautiful appearance and ability to be highly polished Malachite is valued in jewelry making as well as all sorts of decorative objects.

Huge quanities of this mineral, in blocks weighing tons, come from the Ural Mountains in Russia and from Shaba, Zaire.

The famous King Solomon’s mines in Timna, Israel shows evidence of malachite mining operations dating back 3000 years.

It is also found in many places in the southwest U.S. most noteably Bisbee, Arizona.

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