Raw Azurite Malachite Specimen


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Raw Azurite Malachite Specimen

Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of our Raw Azurite Malachite Specimen, showcasing a stunning blend of Azurite and Malachite on a natural matrix.

This unique specimen features the deep blues of Azurite intertwined with the vibrant greens of Malachite, creating a striking contrast that is sure to enchant any observer. The fibrous Malachite inclusions are especially special in how they show off beautiful flower-like patterns.

Azurite is believed to enhance intuition and insight, while Malachite is associated with transformation and positive change, making this specimen not only visually stunning but also spiritually enriching. Each piece is one-of-a-kind, offering its own natural beauty and energetic properties. Embrace the harmonious energy of Azurite and Malachite with this exquisite raw specimen.

Azurite Meanings

Insight, vision, intuition, intellect

Chakras: Third eye, crown

Element: Wind

Zodiac Signs: Aquarius, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Taurus

Number: 1

Azurite Crystal Healing Properties

Azurite is believed to assist with opening and clearing the third eye and crown chakras. Similarly, it may stimulate psychic and intuitive ability, aligning inner vision to its higher guidance.

Also, it is thought to aid in non-judgmental discernment, as it is believed to assist in understanding the true motives in others as well as oneself.

Futhermiore, it has also been known to assist with learning, memorising, writing and other tasks that focus on orderly presentation or integration of information. It may be a useful stone when in testing or negotiating situations.

It may assist to identify and overcome the fears that may be perpetuating untruthful or deceptive behavioural patterns. It is believed to be helpful in issues of the head, including migraines and vertigo.

History and Uses

Azurite has been revered by many ancient cultures including the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, Mayans and Native Americans. They all traditionally used this stone to connect with the Spirit realm. Its name is derived from an old Persian word lazhward meaning blue colour. For thousands of years it has been commonly utilised for its vivid blues, ground to powder and added in both paint and dyes. This practice was prominent in medieval European paintings in the 12th century.

Geological Description

Azurite is a copper carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3.5 to 4. It frequently appears in combination with Malachite, another copper carbonate. Azurite is found in Australia, China, Chile, Russia and the USA.


I open my mind to new vision, both inner and outer, as I expand my awareness.


Malachite Meanings

Enlightened leadership, creativity, confidence, protection, a healed heart

Chakras: Solar plexus, heart

Element: Fire

Zodiac Signs: Capricorn, Scorpio

Wedding Anniversary: 13th year

Number: 9

Malachite Crystal Healing Properties

The energy of Malachite strengthens our ability to take action in the world. As such, it helps us to create and manifest form from our thoughts and ideas. Also, it can help us find the resolve to overcome difficulty and the integrity to stay true to our direction. Similarly, it is a powerful protection stone that reveals energetic and emotional boundaries and helps us to honour those boundaries in ourselves and others.

Traditionally, it has been used to help in the treatment of torn muscles, swollen joints and arthritis. Similarly, Indian Ayurvedic medicine, it is believed to treat kidney disorders. Lastly, this crystal is believed to help bring restful sleep by creating a sense of calm and peace.

History and Uses

The origins of the name Malachite may come from one of three Greek words. Firstly, mallow is a type of herb, secondly, malhe meaning grass; either of these could refer to the green colour of the stone or thirdly, malakos meaning soft.

This green crystal was popular in the Ancient World. Egyptians mined it for copper ore and used it for jewellery as early as 4000BC. It is said that the Greeks and Romans powdered the stone to make eye shadow. Also, in the Middle Ages it was believed to protect against the evil eye and sorcery.

Moreover, a large deposit in the Ural Mountains was mined by the Russian Czars to make ornaments and to line the walls of their palaces.

Geological Description

This crystal is a copper carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3.5 to 4. It can often form with Azurite and Chrysocolla. It is found in Zaire, Australia, Chile, South Africa and the USA.


I am a co-creator of the Universe.

Product Dimensions
Weight 0.035 kg
Dimensions 4.2 × 3.5 × 1.6 cm

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