This trade name refers to a natural mixture of azurite and malachite that is often banded and can be used as both a gemstone or in decorative items. The bold greens and blues beautifully intertwine to form unique mineral specimens or gems, each piece always one-of-a-kind.
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Countries of Origin
United States of America (the); Unknown; China; Mexico; Peru
Azurmalachite is a natural stone that combines azurite and malachite. It's often banded and can be used as jewelry, decorative items, or as a wonderfully green and blue addition to any collection. The blue of the azurite dances gracefully with the bold greens of malachite. Intertwined, they form unique mineral specimens that are sought by those who desire them and prized by those who own them. This intriguing stone marries the deep greens of a dense forest with the brilliant blues of a northern lake. The colors present a cool and compelling combination. As the stones intertwine to form unique patterns, each piece becomes one of a kind. A 3 ½ - 4 on the Mohs scale, if azurmalachite is used in jewelry, it should be in a well-protected setting.
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We found no established folklore for the combination stone that is azurmalachite.