Chrysocolla is a hydrous copper silicate, a minor copper ore that was first referenced in 315 BC, in the writings of Theophrastus. The name chrysocolla comes from the Greek word chrysos meaning gold and kola for glue, as it resembles other materials including borax, which was used as a flux in soldering gold in ancient times. Chrysocolla is mainly found in copper mines in dry areas, such as in the Southwest areas of the United States. Sometimes chrysocolla resembles turquoise and is used as an alternation to the stone.
chrysocolla , silver, € 87,00
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