Contempo Crystals

Large Kobyashevite Clusters

Large Kobyashevite Clusters

$110 - $115
Regular price $115.00
Regular price $150.00 Sale price $115.00
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.
CHOOSE YOUR ITEM
partialy Payment Plans available for orders over $150!! Option will automatically appear at checkout. Details on the FAQ Page.

Vibrant teal blue Kobyashevite crystal clusters from Durango, Mexico.  You have to check out the detail on these rare beauties, but also be sure to read the info below.  I love the calming ocean vibes and color of these specimens.  And their little 'furry' coats are just too cute and give an extra sparkle.  Great pieces for a pop of color in your home, or on your crystal display.

The ones standing in the back aren't SUPER stable standing, and would do best leaning against something just to prevent them from falling over.

PLEASE READ:
There is a lot of discussion on these, and no definitive answers. These are considered a 'post mining' crystal because after the calcite (base crystal) is taken from the ground, somehow copper, gypsum (the clear sparkles or 'fur') and other minerals combine or form to cause the fuzzy blue appearance. Some people say this happens on its own, and some have suggested that miners may have figured out how to help the process along using a natural solution.  I still think they are beautiful either way, and also still rare, just wanted to be honest.  

 

LEFT: 775 grams (almost 2 lbs), 6.75" x 5.5." x 2.5"
CENTER: 1015 grams (over 2 lbs), 7.5" x 5.5" x 2.25"
RIGHT: 600 grams, 7.75" x 5" x 2"

You will receive the exact Kobyashevite cluster you choose! There are also some additional options on the website!

---

Learn about crystal properties on the 'Crystal Quick Facts' page. Orders are packed with love, care, & free gifts. Colors may vary due to the screen. See FAQ for more.

Follow @contempocrystals on IG!! Thanks!!

View full details

Large Kobyashevite Clusters from Mexico - Unique & Rare

Large Blue Kobyashevite Clusters

Kobyashevite crystal clusters from Mexico