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Rare variscite material from Amatrice Hill in the Stansbury Mountains of Utah (Tooele County). Variscite from this location is noted for its hardness (high silica content). "Amatrice" is an old name for variscite. Like Clay Canyon variscite, it is also noted for being associated with wardite, crandallite and other phosphates in interesting patterns.

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This cabochon of Amatrice Hill variscite is cut into a free form diamond shape. The color reminds me a lot of Australian variscite, the mint greens with the buff matrix. This material is very silicated and results in a hard finish, unlike the more waxy finish on most variscites.

Collector piece or completely suitable for jewelry.

Weighs 42.16 carats.

Measures about 31 mm x 37 mm x 5 mm deep.

Amatrice Hill Variscite Cabochon Mint Green and Cream


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