New Mexico Azurite-Malachite Slab with Copper Minerals for Lapidary Artists, Cabochon Makers or Collectors - Natural Mixed Mineral Stone from New Mexico, USA - Features Azurite and Malachite in matrix with occasional Chrysocolla veins and a variety of other secondary copper minerals. Polishes very nicely - see last pic for cabochons I've made. -- You will receive the EXACT slice pictured.
New Mexico Azurite-Malachite-Chrysocolla Slab with Copper Minerals
- 81.4mm x 75.3mm x 7.1mm thick
- 3.20-inches x 2.96-inches x 0.27" thick
Weight: 2.49 oz. - 70.59 gr. - 352.95 ct.
OOAK Item - SLB0146A
This material was self-collected near Shakespeare, New Mexico which is now a ghost town in Hidalgo County -- a once thriving copper, silver and gold mining town. This area of New Mexico has a HUGE variety of metals, minerals and gemstones -- see the Mindat Listing
Please Note: This is a lapidary rough slab; it is not polished. - Slabs are Cut in-house by Michelle of Silver Enchantments LLC here in the USA - There are some light saw marks that will not effect your cabochons - This is not a slab for beginners; stabilization generally required before shaping - Edges are rough and natural - Pictures taken Outdoors - Shown both Wet and Dry. - Measurements are given in total outside/widest points. - I try to show the most accurate photo possible, but there can be color variations due to monitor settings. - I try to note any excessive issues, but please zoom in to examine for any flaws. - I cannot be responsible for fractures, vugs or blemishes from mother nature.