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M721 Uvarovite

M721 Uvarovite


Here’s an amazing new item, an exceptional specimen of Uvarovite from Saranovskiy Mine, Perm Kvai Urals, Russia. It measures 3 1/8″ x 1 1/4″ x 5/8″ and has a gorgeous emerald green color with lots of sparkle. Grab this rare beauty quick!

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Uvarovite is a chromium-bearing garnet group species. It was discovered in 1832 by Germain Henri Hess who named it after Count Sergei Semenovitch Uvarov (1765–1855), a Russian statesman and amateur mineral collector. It is classified in the ugrandite group alongside the other calcium-bearing garnets andradite and grossular. Uvarovite is the rarest of the common members of the garnet group, and is the only consistently green garnet species, with an emerald-green color. It occurs as well-formed fine-sized crystals.

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Weight .25 lbs
Dimensions 3.125 × 1.25 × .625 in

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