Beautiful drusy Azurite on a thin shell of Malachite. This one is extremely fragile yet looks great in a case. It is unique in many ways and is Bisbee through and through. Mined in the late 1880's it is a miracle that it has withstood the ages. Photographed in natural light [outside] allows you to see it's rich dark color and that it forms a small vug on one side. Absolutely a one of a kind, this piece was purchased in Russia having been in a collection there for over one-hundred years.
Specimen Measures: (approximately):
12.5 x 7.5 x 2.3 cm
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Tags: Arizona minerals, Azurite, Bisbee