• Native Copper “Rose” pseudomorph after Azurite
  • Native Copper “Rose” pseudomorph after Azurite
  • Native Copper “Rose” pseudomorph after Azurite
Native Elements

Native Copper “Rose” pseudomorph after Azurite

ID: CC18511
Parallel blades of Native Copper averaging 1.5 cm across replace former Azurite crystals in this lovely pseudomorph from the classic Copper Rose mine at San Lorenzo, Grant County, New Mexico, USA.  The specimen has not been totally cleaned, thereby leaving remnants of the creamy-white clay between the Native Copper blades, so typical of the old specimens from this locality.  A USA classic.

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Dimensions
2.8 × 2.3 × 1.9 cm
Categories
Native Elements, Pseudomorphs
Locality
Copper Rose Mine, San Lorenzo, Grant County, New Mexico, USA, North America

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Native Copper

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