Azurite Thumbnail Specimen from Milpillas Mine, Sonora, Mexico
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This is a thumbnail specimen of an azurite cluster from Milpillas Mine, Sonora, Mexico. It features a quality deep blue hue, terminations, and visible growth patterns. Azurite is a secondary copper mineral that is soft and usually found in very small crystal formations, making crystalline azurite like this more uncommon. Azurite is often pseudomorphed with malachite, and the two are often found together - you can see a small layer of malachite on the back of this crystal.
This specimen is approximately 2cm long x 1.6cm wide x 1cm thick. You will also receive a free 'perky' display box and a label featuring the crystal name and the mining locale.