Liddicoatite is a calcium-rich lithium species of tourmaline named in 1977 in honor of noted gemologist Richard T. Liddicoat. Gems may form in green, pink, red, blue and purple colors, sometimes with internal multicolor banding and zoning. Large crystals are often sliced to display their natural multicolor designs.
- Optical Properties
- Characteristic Physical Properties
- Chemistry & Crystallography
Countries of Origin
Tanzania, United Republic Of; Russian Federation; Viet Nam; Czechia; Sri Lanka; United States of America; Madagascar; Portugal; Canada; Sweden; Unknown; Norway; Brazil; Poland; Italy; Nigeria