Collector's Piece: Azurite with Chrysocolla and Malachite from Liufengshan Mine
Dimension: 8.2cm x 5.1cm x 3.3cm
Locality: Liufengshan Mine, Guichi District, Chizhou, Anhui, China
Memerizing Azurite specimen with Chrysocolla and Malachite pseudomorphs from Liufengshan Mine, Anhui, China. Laces of Chrysocolla pseudomorph in the colors of pastel blue, sky blue to sapphire blue like ocean waves creating shockingly beautiful visual effect. The Azurite crystals interlinked to form into significant ball-shaped aggregates and make this stand out dramatically from Azurites of other locales, some of them exhibit Goethite coating, mesmerizing! The highly crystalized deep blue Azurite crystals are exceedingly sparkly resembling stars in the sky, so beautiful! Comes with a high quality display stand made of pure copper and acrylic.
This is by far the most beautiful Azurite vein ever discovered at the Liufengshan Mine, we are not sure how many of these beautiful creatures could be found but I am acquiring as many as I could, the colors are insanely good and we have never seen something like this before. The good ones are very limited though, because of the harsh mining environment.
Liufengshan Mine is well-known for two types of Azurite – extremely crystallized Azurite of which the crystals are usually of a larger size and are thicker; Azurite with Chrysocolla and Malachite pseudomorph which shows a dazzling range of colors and a significantly bright blue Azurite.