Shattuckite Cabochon, 21x30x6 mm, flat back, natural stone, rare spiderweb triangle cab (sh32481)
Rare spiderweb Azurite and Shattuckite designer cabochonOrigin: Not sure but I guess it's Arizona
Colors: Red (Cuprite), blue (Turquoise and Shattuckite).
Characteristics: Polished front and sides, unpolished flat back, small dome, Azurite, Shattuckite and secondary minerals found in Arizona, purchased rough from a dealer that brought it to Quartzsite some years ago.
Approx size: 21 x 30 x 6 mm, weight: 28.5 ct.
The 10 mm grid and 18 mm dime in the pictures should help in sizing, 25 mm is equal to 1 inch.
A very unique and rare type of Shattuckite from Arizona. Shattuckite is a relatively rare copper silicate mineral. It was first discovered in 1915 in the copper mines of Bisbee, Arizona, specifically the Shattuck Mine (hence the name).
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