Cavansite

Cavensite is a rich blue mineral named for its chemical composition, calcium vanadium silicate. As minerals go it is a young find, having been first discovered in Malheur County, Oregon in 1967 (just 3 years before our shop opened). Cavensite most often forms in small, spherulitic rosettes composed of many tiny, radiating crystals. It is now found primarily in a few localities in India, and continues to be quite rare.

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