Cavansite on Stilbite, excavated from Wagoli in the Indian region of Maharashtra. Cavansite is a distinctive mineral. It tends to form crystal aggregates, generally in the form of balls, up to a couple of centimetres in size. The rich, bright blue colouring is distinctive, and this relatively rare mineral was first discovered in 1967 in the USA.
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30x20x10mm, 20g approx