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Chrysocolla is one of the Minerals and precious stones in copper. Although there is no similar gemstone to Chrysocolla, there are stones that contain copper, including turquoise, malice, azurite, and paraiba tourmaline. Many stones may also have a spotted appearance and a similar color and shine to this stone. Some of the stones that often confuse people and misdiagnose Chrysocolla are Larimar, Turquoise, Azure, Varicose Veins and Smithsonian.
Pure chrysocolla is actually quite rare; most sediments of this rock are mixed with other minerals and compounds. In some cases, mixed chrysocolla stones and specific regional specimens are sold under different names. But most suppliers simply sell them as "Chrysocolla" because its brand is unofficial.
The most similar Gemstones and minerals known Azurite, crystalline or crystalline azurite, Apache chrysocolla (Arizona region, mixed chrysocula, turquoise, jasper, azure, malachite and quartz) and
Eilat stones (combined chrysocula, azure, azurite, and malachite and Eilat turquoise, Israel) are the most similar and well-known gemstones and minerals to Chrysocolla.
Weight: The weight of the stone or jewelry is the first important factor in pricing that jewelry.
Color: Another major factor in pricing is the color of the stone, which is very important.
Purity: The purity of the stones is very important in pricing. The purity and impurity of the stone, which means the combination of other minerals with the stone in question, is very important in the price of the stone and is divided from IF to I3I.
Type of stone cutting: The cutting of each stone must be done carefully and delicately because proper cutting of the stone multiplies the final value of the stone.
Transparency: The degree of transparency of the stone is indicated by the letters D to M. This classification of D as the clearest starting degree and up to M as the most opaque degree of the stone continues. And the only reason this spectrum of transparency starts with the letter D is because, in the exploration of future mines, clearer gems may be found than existing gemstones, and may be graded A, B, and C. The degree and method of pricing a gemstone based on the above system, position A is the highest quality and most expensive stone and in position Z, the worst and cheapest stone. You can buy the stone you want based on the amount of money you have.