Malachite Stalactite Specimen from Congo
Malachite stalactites represent the epitome of earth’s abstract sculptures. The elegance of the tall spires, the peaks and valleys, varying in color from dark forest to pure jade green and the sugary texture reflecting light in all directions makes “Emerald City” among the most spectacular of malachite specimens.
The primary source of malachite is the Democratic Republic Of Congo. This specific locality has produced numerous malachite specimens over the years, however this specimen is the complete all around beauty an excellent example in size class featuring jaw dropping unique growths of malachite in tower form on malachite matrix.
The overall shape and three stunning malachites in tower shape proudly standing on malachite bed. The growth is really impressive composition; showing black and greenish spots and unique growth on whole specimen.
The small and middle size malachite towers harmoniously hugging each other at top while the large tower is 12 cm in size and standing boldly in a distance from the two towers which really adds mesmerizing enhancement to the overall symmetry of the specimen.
It is an important locality piece and a nice dose of size and shape to add to one’s collection.
Malachite Stalactite Specimen from Congo Specification
Decorative Size Mineral:
(LWD) 14x10x5.5 cm.
Weight: 623 grams
Mashamba West Mine, Sicomines, Copper-Cobalt project, Mutshatsha, Lualaba, DR Congo.