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The name chrysocolla comes from the Greek “crysos”, gold and “kolla”, glue, referring to the material used to weld gold. While similar to turquoise, the cyan-blue chrysocolla is a different type of copper mineral. It regularly occurs mixed with other minerals like malachite (green), tenorite (black), limonite (yellowish) or cuprite reddish-brown) which leads to fascinating colour combinations.

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