Sodalite 17.02ct 20.27×22.35×5.88mm Natural Gemstone Namibia

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Sodalite Stone

Weight: 17.02ct

Dimension: 20.27×22.35×5.88mm

Origin: Namibia

Treatment: None 

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Sodalite Stone 17.02ct


This Sodalite is natural gemstone which is Violet Blue color, it’s Originates from Namibia and it’s exact weight is 17.02ct the measurements are 20.27×22.35×5.88mm, the shape and cut of this stone is Pear Cabochon. It’s graded Opaque and clarity is good. This 17.02ct Violet Blue color Natural Sodalite Gem is available for ready to ship anywhere in the world. You can also select Certification and shipment method as optional.


Summary Noak3489
SpeciesNatural Sodalite Stone 
Shape/cutPear Cabochon
ColourViolet Blue Color

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Sodalite Stone 17.02ct

Properties Of Sodalite Stone

Chemical Composition: Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2 Basic copper carbonate

Hardness: 5.5 to 6

Specific Gravity (Density): 2.14 to 2.40

Refractive Index:   1.48

About Sodalite Stone

Sodalite is a member of the Sodalite mineral group that also includes Hackmanite, Tugtupite, and Lazurite. Sodalite is typically a deep blue mineral that gets its name from its sodium content. The Sodalite mineral group is named after its most common member. Sodalite can be identified by its deep blue color and strong orange fluorescence. Sodalite is also one of the members of the Feldspathoid group of minerals that includes Cancrinite, Haüyne, Lazurite, Leucite, Nepheline, and Sodalite. Minerals with chemistries that are close to those of the alkali Feldspars, but are poor in silica (SiO2) content, are called Feldspathoids. Sodalite is mostly known for vivid blue, opaque material that is seldom transparent and clean enough for faceting. A pink variety of sodalite is called hackmanite. Sodalite is rare in transparent crystal form and can be gray, yellow, orange, blue, violet or colorless. Faceted gems are very rare and usually very small.

Although Sodalite is found in several localities around the world, few of these produce transparent crystals for faceting. A recent find in Afghanistan has produced some beautiful, colorless, very clean gems. Other locations such as Bancroft, Ontario, Canada are the source of small, semi-transparent, vivid blue gems.


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