SMQ35 Azurite
Dikulushi Mine, Lake Mweru, Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo
6.5x 3.8x 3.5 cm

So this is not the prettiest specimen, but it is a rather unusual example of Congolese azurite, consisting of a miniature sized nodule of the mineral, partially pseudomorphed to malachite in a couple spots. 

For all the tons of malachite for the country—all the specimens, stalactites, carvings and boxes—one almost never sees azurite. I do not know the reason for this (and I’m sure one of you can provide an explanation—drop me an e-mail and I’ll post it here)

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