Tumbled Nuummite - Greenland

$60.00 USD
SKU: MSG1475
Weight and Dimensions

28 g, 1 1/2" x 3/4" x 3/4"

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A beautiful tumbled nuummite stone with large, golden shimmering bands formed from layers of anthophyllite and gedrite. Nuummite is of volcanic origin and a metamorphic rock composed primarily of two minerals: anthophyllite and gedrite. It is believed to have been formed about 3 billion years ago.

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