Garnierite? This was a new one for me! But one look at these luscious apple green colors was all it took to win my vote! Named after its discoverer, Jules Garnier (a French geologist), Garnierite is a layer Silicate of green Nickel ore. Thin ribbons of blue/green, yellow/green, and lighter greens crisscross in a unique grid-like way that sort of reminds me of a planetary map! All this against a subtle background of gray/green that would slide perfectly into just about anyone's decorating scheme. If you're on the lookout for a new gemrock personality, this eclectic Garnierite could be the one. What a fun addition this apple green goddess will make to your palette of gemrock collectibles! Note: stands in photos not included. Madagascar.
Dimensions: 4 3/8" diameter, 12 3/4" circumference
Weight: 3.4 lbs.