Here is a great example specimen of crystallized azurite from Morocco. One crystal sits perfectly in a pocket of stunning druzy quartz. This specimen can also be displayed from many angles without the use of a stand This one will be hard to let go of!
Size: 2.0 x 1.9 x 1.0 in.
Weight: 2.1 oz
Azurite is a vibrant blue copper-based mineral. Its name is derived from the Persian word lazhward, an area known for the other famous blue stone, lapis lazuli. Its lovely blue color is often associated with deserts and winter skies. Azurite can take on many different forms but is crystallized in the monoclinic systems. These different forms come in everything from prismatic crystals, druzy coatings, and matte nodules.
Azurite increases insight, intuition, and intellect. It is very useful for expanding your consciousness and opening deeper levels of awareness.
Chemical Formula: Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2
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