Azurite Malachite Specimen With Cuprite From Morenci, Arizona | Rare Earth Gallery

This particular azurite chunk has little malachite and cuprite being primarily azurite with specks of cuprite mixing into the widest part of the azurite. Plunge into the waters of your mind and swim down until you discover the treasure trove that sits deep within. Azurite is your oxygen tank, enticing you to delve even further. The deep blue stone of Azurite is a place where the sky seems to melt with the sea, this fusion of carbonate mineral shot with copper ore and blended with Malachite creates a shimmering gemstone of grace and beauty. For as long as the world remembers, Azurite has been a stone held high in spiritual reverence. In Ancient Egypt, it was considered to be a sacred stone, saved solely for use by high priestesses and priests. It’s also a stone said to be connected to the lost city of Atlantis. In China, it was believed to be the stone that cracked open celestial pathways and Native Americans used Azurite to communicate with spirit guides. When it comes to Azurite, there are a ton of lofty connections. Even here on our mortal plains, Azurite was celebrated for its beauty. For thousands of years, artists and creators would take the stone and ground it down to a beautiful blue pigment to use in paintings and fabric dyes.
Please note: due to the nature of gemstones, each mineral specimen may slightly vary in size, color or shape. If you have any questions, please contact us and we will try our best to assist you. 

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Azurite Malachite Specimen With Cuprite From Morenci, Arizona
This particular azurite chunk has little malachite and cuprite being primarily azurite with specks of cuprite mixing into the widest part of the azurite. Plunge into the waters of your mind and swim down until you discover the treasure trove that sits deep within. Azurite is your oxygen tank, enticing you to delve even further. The deep blue stone of Azurite is a place where the sky seems to melt with the sea, this fusion of carbonate mineral shot with copper ore and blended with Malachite creates a shimmering gemstone of grace and beauty. For as long as the world remembers, Azurite has been a stone held high in spiritual reverence. In Ancient Egypt, it was considered to be a sacred stone, saved solely for use by high priestesses and priests. It’s also a stone said to be connected to the lost city of Atlantis. In China, it was believed to be the stone that cracked open celestial pathways and Native Americans used Azurite to communicate with spirit guides. When it comes to Azurite, there are a ton of lofty connections. Even here on our mortal plains, Azurite was celebrated for its beauty. For thousands of years, artists and creators would take the stone and ground it down to a beautiful blue pigment to use in paintings and fabric dyes.
Please note: due to the nature of gemstones, each mineral specimen may slightly vary in size, color or shape. If you have any questions, please contact us and we will try our best to assist you. 
$189.00
Product#: AzmSp52-OMP
Azurite Malachite Specimen With Cuprite From Morenci, Arizona