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Chrysocolla - color

Chrysocolla stone occurs mainly in green, blue or turquoise color. These colors are mainly the result of mixing malachite with turquoise. Sometimes you can also find stones in dark blue, black, brown or yellow color. The color of chrysocolla is also influenced by traces of manganese, clay and iron. Because chrysocolla does not have a strictly defined chemical composition, it can actually occur in various colors. Chrysocolla stones contain numerous inclusions inside, which affect their visual appeal and make them highly valued ornamental stones.

Chrysocolla - application

In the past, chrysocolla powder was used to make paints for frescoes and ceramics. Nowadays, chrysocolla stones are mainly used as decorative and jewelry stones. They are applied in the production of sculptures, figurines, ceramics and small accessories. Natural chrysocolla is also a very valuable collector's stone. Compared to other gemstones, chrysocolla is not expensive and its price depends mainly on the saturation of colors, size and presence of other mineral impurities. The most valuable specimens are those with an intense blue-green color. Because of its beautiful, deep color, chrysocolla is most often used in jewelry making to create unique, artistic pieces such as pendants, rings, or earrings. Chrysocolla stones look very good when combined with other natural stones such as amethyst, opal, agate or hematite.

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