Cavansite Mineral

Cavansite is a rare and beautiful mineral that was first discovered in 1967 in Malheur County, Oregon, USA. It was named after the elements it contains: calcium, vanadium, and silicon. The mineral forms in volcanic rocks and is typically found in small, rounded globules or clusters

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Neon Blue Cavansite Crystal Cluster On Geode Quartz Matrix
Presenting this rare and attractive specimen featuring a robust cluster of neon blue Cavansite cluster on geode drossy matrix. The cavansite crystals has magnificent saturated colour with gem quality and excellent transparency. The geode drossy sparkling matrix creating an awesome...
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Cavansite Mineral

Cavansite color

Cavansite is known for its vibrant blue color, which is caused by the presence of copper in the crystal structure. The intensity of the blue color can vary depending on the amount of copper present, and can range from light blue to a deep, rich blue.

Metaphysical properties

In addition to its striking color, cavansite is also valued for its metaphysical properties. It is believed to have a calming and soothing effect on the mind and emotions, and is often used in meditation and spiritual practices.


Cavansite is a relatively rare mineral and is primarily found in India, although it has also been found in other locations around the world, including Brazil, New Zealand, and the United States. It is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts due to its beauty and rarity.

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