Vibrant teal 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. Blue Kobyashevite are great pieces for a pop of color in your home, or on your crystal display.
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.
BACK ROW LEFT: 115 grams, 3.25" x 2" x 1.25"
BACK ROW CENTER: 185 grams, 3.4" x 2.25" x 1.7"
BACK ROW RIGHT: 140 grams, 3" x 2" x 2"
FRONT ROW LEFT: 35 grams, 2.75" x 2.75" x 1.25"
FRONT ROW RIGHT: 115 grams, 3.5" x 2.75" x 2.75"
You will receive the exact Blue Kobyashevite crystal you choose! There are also larger options on the website!
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