Weight: 7,885 ct
Dimensions: 12.53 x 9.88 x 9.53 mm
Pezzottaite is named after Dr. Fedrico Pezzotta for his work on granite pegmatite in Madagascar. Pezzottaite was discovered in 2002 at the Sakavalana mine in Ambatovita, Madagascar. Pezzottaite has a strong, intense and pronounced pink colour. Pezzottaite is one of the rarest gemstones currently available at gem markets.
It can also be added that it was initially assumed that it was red beryl, formerly known as bixbyite. On closer inspection, however, it turned out to be a new mineral. In gemstone markets, however, it is often confused, and people try to sell it as a pure red beryl that can have even higher prices as it is even rarer.
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- Mineral principal/ Nome do meteorito
- Pezzottaita rara muito grande
- Forma mineral/ Tipos de meteorito
- Kristal 7.885ct
- 12.53×9.88×9.53 mm
- 1.577 g
- Origem (país)