Deep Blue Turquoise Veins in a Matrix Stone for Display, Lapidary or Healing
Deep blue turquoise mineral dramatically displays in this rock that appears to also have cupertieand possibly metal ores and rust. The outside has a spray of what appears to be malachite and possibly some chrysocolla. The opposite side of this piece appears to have turquoise of a deep green color. Rare to have two turquoise veins with different colors in same rock. The turquoise veins and adjacent metalic vein give great character to this piece!
This turquoise rock is from a mine in Mexico.
This is an indoor piece for use as a table cener piece, mantel piece or as a focal point. Adds color and texture to your interior design.
Turquoise is an opaque mineral that occurs in beautiful shades of blue, bluish green, green, and yellowish green. Chemically, turquoise is a hydrous phosphate of copper and aluminum (CuAl6(PO4)4(OH)8·4H2O). The word turquoise dates to the 17th century and is derived from the French turquois meaning inTurkish in because the mineral was first brought to Europe through Turkey
Weight: 5 oz or 144 g
Size: 3.25 inL x 2.5 inW x .75 inH