Azurite, Cuprite and Chrysocolla - 4214s
The Blue Bird Mine occupies a fissure zone in granodiorite. In places it has been intruded by small andesite dikes. The Azurite, Chrysocolla and Cuprite was discovered in the early 70's when the mine was being worked for Copper. The colors were so beautiful that it caught on with the rock and lapidary trade and has produced many beautiful stones and carvings. This material has been under 60 feet of water since the late 70's and therefore has been inaccessable to collect for years. All that you find on the market today if from old collections. (Jimmy Vasek)
Select size either (approximately) 36"x52" or 26"x72 and we will ship your beautiful scarf to you!
All of our macro photographs are of our own stone; cut and polished, exposing the natural beauty inside.
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