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ID: 3807121 pcs
thumb image of 16.9ct Cushion Cabochon Pink Smithsonite (ID: 380712)
16.90 ct Smithsonite
14.5 x 13.2 mm
$ 455.29
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ID: 2552071 pcs
thumb image of 27.4ct Oval Cabochon Blue Green Smithsonite (ID: 255207)
27.39 ct Smithsonite
19.1 x 12.8 mm
$ 410.85
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ID: 3807131 pcs
thumb image of 26.2ct Cushion Cabochon Pink Smithsonite (ID: 380713)
26.17 ct Smithsonite
14.9 x 14.7 mm
$ 705.02
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ID: 2552551 pcs
thumb image of 33.2ct Oval Cabochon Light Blue Green Smithsonite (ID: 255255)
33.16 ct Smithsonite
18.8 x 13.5 mm
$ 497.40
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Smithsonite
Smithsonite is one of two zinc-containing minerals discovered by the British chemist and mineralogist James Smithson in 1803. Or, more precisely, Smithson discovered that a zinc-containing mineral known by the name calamine in the 18th century was in fact two separate minerals - a zinc carbonate and zinc silicate. The zinc carbonate was named hemimorphite and the zinc silicate was named smithsonite in Smithson's honor.
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