Bracket Bracelets Chrysocolla by Javier

Chrysocolla is a hydrated copper phyllosilicate mineral. The structure of chrysocolla is a mixture of the copper hydroxide spertiniite and chalcedony. The name comes from the Ancient Greek: χρυσός κολλα (chrysos kolla), “gold glue”,in allusion to the name of the material used to solder gold, and was first used by Theophrastus in 315 BCE. It is of secondary origin and forms in the oxidation zones of copper ore bodies. Associated minerals are quartz, limonite, azurite, malachite, cuprite, and other secondary copper minerals.
It is typically found as botryoidal or rounded masses and crusts, or vein fillings. Because of its light color, it is sometimes confused with turquoise.
Notable occurrences include Bacan Island Indonesia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Chile, Cornwall in England, and Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Michigan, and Pennsylvania in the United States.

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