Crystal News — Garnierite
Garnierite | Resilience & Imagination
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What is Garnierite? Garnierite is a term used to describe the green pockets of stone found within weathered, serpentinized rocks. These green areas are an important ore of Nickel, which gives Garnierite is green color. Garnierite does not have an agreed-upon chemical formula, it is closely related to Serpentine and associated with Olivine and Peridotite. Deposits of Garnierite have been found in South Africa, The Dominican Republic, Oregon, and several other locations. The appearance varies in each deposit. Garnierite Appearance One of the first things many notice about Garnierite is its unique, almost indescribable coloring. Overall, they have a lovely...