Azurite from El Cobra Mine, Mexico. Collector’s azurite crystals mostly came from Chessy in France (the oldest mine since the mid-1800s), Morenci and Bisbee in Arizona, Tsumeb in Namibia, and Touissit in Morocco.
Chemical Formula: Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2
Composition: Basic copper carbonate
Color: Blue to very dark blue
Streak: Light blue
Hardness: 3.5 - 4
Crystal System: Monoclinic
Specific Gravity: 3.7 - 3.9
Luster: Vitreous or dull
Cleavage: 2,1 ; 3,2
Fracture: Conchoidal or splintery
Transparency: Opaque. Rarely translucent on thin edges
This includes an Steven for the scale (optional) and 2 poses; Front pose and back pose! (An extra pose with extra clothes 5€+) I’ll showing the process to fulfill all your expectations (also there won’t be the watermark on the character)
The payment it will be through PayPal (also you must do it like friend mode, if you don’t want that the Paypal commission it would be up to you, so if you do it like product mode it would be 18€). Feel free to contact me! Thanks!
Chrysocolla by Stan Celestian Via Flickr: Locality: Morenci Mine, AZ
Field of View: 0.55 inches wide
Comment: Both the blue and green are chrysocolla. A small amount of azurite is seen in the broken nodule on the top left.