Charoite is so rare that many handbooks on minerals do not even discuss this beautiful lilac- to violet- and purple-coloured gemstone. The valuable Charoite is very rare and is highly sought-after by collectors! The site is only around limited sections of the River Chara, especially in the Murun massif, in Yakutsk in Russia.
This piece is quite large, beautifully drawn and of gemstone quality. An eye-catcher in any collection, but also ideal for sharpening and polishing cabochons for processing in high-quality jewellery. A chic application of Charoite, which is very popular.
The photos (some with light source to show the bright pink transparency) are unedited, the violet and purple shades are real and vary in day and evening light and indoors or outdoors.
- Minéral principal / Nom météorite
- Charoidet 1735 carat brut extrêmement rare
- Forme minérale / Type météorite
- Agrégat fibreux brut
- Grand disque brut; belle couleur et traces d'Égirien
- 14×160×170 mm
- 347 g
- Origine (région / ville)
- Sirenevyi Kamen, Massif de Murun, Yakoutie
- Origine (pays)