Blue Azurite Druzy Stalactitic Crystal Cluster Mineral Specimen, natural raw Saharan gemstone. Rare and unusual form, OOAK.
Dimensions (millimeters): 40 x 15 x 10
Dimensions (inches): 1.6 x .6 x .4
Origins: mined at Alnif, Morocco Sahara, Africa gem
Azurite has been known since ancient times and was widely used as a pigment and fabric dye in the middle ages. It bears similarities to lapis lazuli, though they are chemically quite different. Today azurite is a collector's stone both as a mineral and as a cabochon, highly regarded for its intense color and vitreous luster.
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