Azurite 'Blueberry' Concretion Thumbnail Specimen from La Sal, Utah
Azurite 'Blueberry' Concretion Thumbnail Specimen from La Sal, Utah
Azurite 'Blueberry' Concretion Thumbnail Specimen from La Sal, Utah
Azurite 'Blueberry' Concretion Thumbnail Specimen from La Sal, Utah
Azurite 'Blueberry' Concretion Thumbnail Specimen from La Sal, Utah
Azurite 'Blueberry' Concretion Thumbnail Specimen from La Sal, Utah

Azurite 'Blueberry' Concretion Thumbnail Specimen from La Sal, Utah


This is an azurite thumbnail specimen from La Sal, Utah. Known as a 'concretion', this type of azurite grows in round nodules and can have green malachite 'stains', as can be seen in a few spots on this specimen. Azurite is a secondary copper mineral that can occur in distinct crystalline forms, druzy coatings, and concretions such as this one. Azurite concretions are also known as 'azurite blueberries'.

This specimen is approximately 1.3cm x 1.2cm x 1.3cm. You will also receive a free 'perky' display box and a label with the mineral name and locale where it was mined.