• Azurite
  • Azurite
  • Azurite


ID: CC20489
A very rare specimen of Azurite with minor Malachite and Cerussite from Furzehill mine at Beer Alston in Devon.  The Azurite forms as two bright azure-blue spherules, each 2 to 3 mm across and as granular blue patches in a gossany, iron stained granite.  This specimen was one of only a few recovered in 2013 during an excavation of the old dumps.  A terrific specimen of Azurite, Malachite and Cerussite for any collector to display, possibly alongside beautiful fluorites which also come from this locality.

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5.5 × 5.5 × 3.6 cm
Furzehill Mine, Bere Alston, Devon, England, Europe

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