Jeremejevite was named for a Russian mineralogist in 1883, but there are rarely any specimens found in Russia today. Recently Namibia has started to produce some mentionable crystals, but in such small amounts the stone is still very rare. Jeremejevite is typically found in pale blue-green, cornflower-blue to yellowish brown hues.
- Optical Properties
- Characteristic Physical Properties
- Chemistry & Crystallography
Countries of Origin
Myanmar; Unknown; Namibia; Russian Federation (the); Madagascar; Germany; Tajikistan