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“Grandidierite ” The World Extremely Rare mineral Specimen Museum Piece

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Grandidierite is an extremely rare mineral and gem that was first discovered in 1902 in southern Madagascar. The mineral was named in honor of French explorer Alfred Grandidier (1836–1912) who studied the natural history of Madagascar

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Grandidierite ” Rare mineral
Specimen  Larg Museum Piece,

Weight : 1900Cts

Mineral: Madagascar

Treatment : Unheated/ Natural

Extremely Rare Gemstone – Natural Grandidierite

Grandidierite is an extremely rare mineral and gem that was first discovered in 1902 in southern Madagascar. Grandidierite is nesosilicates mineral with the chemical formula (Mg, Fe2+)(Al, Fe3+)3(SiO4)(BO3)O2.
It is found colors such as Bluish-green, greenish-blue with 7½ hardness according to the more hardness scale. Grandidierite can be seen Vitreous, Pearly luster stones with 2.98 – 2.99 Specific Gravity. This gemstone was named in honor of French explorer Alfred Grandidier who studied the natural history of Madagascar. He is a French explorer and Naturalist. Grandidierite has very strong dispersion and Visible Pleochroism, It is a Nesosilicates orthorhombic Mineral with Biaxial (-) Optical Properties.
Inside of grandidierite mostly can be seen perfect cleavages. As an optical properties, it has a 1.583 – 1.639 refractive index.
Grandidierite can be found in India, Germany, Denmark, Malawi, Namibia, India, Norway, and Sri Lanka. Grandidierite’s main source is Madagascar.

Healing Properties of Grandidierite

Grandidierite is a blue gemstone that promotes spiritual awakening, peace, and tranquility and can encourage you to communicate in a calm and clear manner.

 

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