Green Grass, Blue Sky!! Saturated Blue Azurite and Malachite Cabochon from Mexico - 1.5" - 8.6 Grams

A stunning highly lustrous electric blue color Azurite crystal from the famous Milpillas, Mexico locality.
The azurite contrasts beautifully with the small iridescent green malachite spots.
The copper mine at Milpillas, Mexico earned its status as a modern classic by producing jewels of azurite and has finished mining the last of the oxidized zone that produced these azurite .
Location: Milpillas Mine, near Milpillas, Cananea District, Sonora, Mexico
Size: 3.8 x 2.3 x 0.5 Centimeters
Weight: 8.6 Grams Combined
Interesting Fact: Azurite gets its name from the Persian word 'lazhward', which refers to its distinctive, vivid blue color. The blue color, known as "azure," is like the deep blue evening skies often seen above deserts and winter landscapes. It was formerly used for azure pigment.
"I lay in the field of grass,
And look at the blue sky,
At the clouds that drift by,
I close my eyes,
And dream of a day,
When i will be free,
To run away,
Through the endless green grass,
And to look at the azure sky,
From "Beautifultears"