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Genuine seraphinite specimen weighing 4.7 Lbs
Seraphinite Dimensions: 5.4" x 5" x 3.1"
Found at the Korshunovskoe Deposit in Siberia, Russia
This unique specimen of genuine seraphinite (also known by the chlorite mica varietal name: clinochore
) was mined near Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia, Russia. This is a very nice seraphinite mineral specimen just as it is, although it could also be used as high grade lapidary rough to yield many fine quality seraphinite cabochon gems or a wonderful large carving. About 75% of its surfaces were smoothed and then hand-polished by local craftsmen to reveal some of its wonderful chatoyancy, with about 25% of its surfaces left natural and unpolished. The photo at left is a side view, see another side view of this fine lapidary grade seraphinite
specimen. See also a different side view of this unique seraphinite specimen
. See also a top view of this seraphinite specimen
, and a bottom view