Azurite Geode Half Ultramarine Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (S. Ural, Russia)
Azurite Geode Half Ultramarine Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (S. Ural, Russia)
Azurite Geode Half Ultramarine Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (S. Ural, Russia)
Azurite Geode Half Ultramarine Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (S. Ural, Russia)

Azurite Geode Half Ultramarine Crystal Cluster Mounted Miniature Mineral Specimen (S. Ural, Russia)

Regular price
$30.00
Sale price
$30.00

*Note: This is a thumbnail specimen-please read dimensions carefully!

This is a lovely crystallized specimen of azurite (a rich blue mineral). This miniature specimen is exhibiting particularly stunning shades of ultramarine and midnight blue! It is characterized by druzy crystals in an aesthetic geode or nodule shape. It is currently mounted on a clear display base, and is ready for display. If unmounted, it can also act as a supply specimen. This tiny piece would make a handsome miniature addition to any mineral buff's collection, and would really shine in jewelry!

Locality: Mikheyevskoye Deposit, Chelyabinsk Reg., S. Ural, Russia.

Dimensions: 0.75” x 0.63” x 0.63” (19mm x 16mm x 16mm). Mounted on 0.75” clear base.

Weight: n/a (mounted)

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FORMATION: Azurite is a member of the carbonate group, and forms as a result of weathering of copper ore deposits. Azurite may crystallize, and often forms in the botryoidal (or globular) habit. Azurite grows in association with other copper-bearing minerals, such as cuprite, chrysocolla, and copper. These minerals are typically found in association with copper veins, and for this reason may also be found in areas known for turquoise.

HEALING: Azurite is associated with the sixth chakra, the third eye. It is believed to enhance intuition and activate psychic abilities. It stimulates the mind, and helps you to release ingrained ideas and embrace new thought patterns.


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