Smithsonite, a zinc carbonate mineral commonly found in the oxidized part of metallic deposits around the world, is treasured by collectors for it’s vibrant color spectrum and frequent association with other beautiful ‘secondary’ minerals. Smithsonite can form distinct rhombohedral crystals but more commonly occurs as lustrous rounded botryoidal masses.
Smithsonite – North Carolina
This green color Smithsonite from north Carolina, is caused by the oxidation of the zinc ore deposits. This mineral is just enough to light up any room of the house. The green color and the rough surface resonates with the Earth bringing you close to nature.
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