This listing is for 1 polished Cavansite stone in your choice of size
The size of these stones are approx: Small (1 1/4") Large (1 1/2")
The pictures show the exact specimens I have in stock. The last pic shows the backsides.
Cavansite is a beautiful and rare mineral, which explains its recent popularity. It was only discovered in the last 30 years and is found in only a few localities. It's color is greenish blue to deep ocean blue. Cavansite occurs as a secondary mineral in basaltic and andesitic rocks along with a variety of zeolite minerals.
Cavansites' crystal habits are mainly crystal aggregates that consist of tufts or spherical rosettes with pointed crystals.
Cavansite was first described as a blue associate of zeolites in 1968 by L.W. Staples. The locality was a road cut near Owyhee Dam, Malheur County, Oregon. The material first came to the Tucson Show in early 1989. It was an immediate hit, with its vibrant blue color.
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