Azurite is represented by lenticular, flat and thin, translucent crystals making up rosette like radial aggregates, similar to Chessylite, to approx 5mm across. The main Azurite mineralisation on the specimen is in an area 3.5cm x 2.5cm, and is centrally situated aiding its display. The matrix is a mix of bright metallic golden yellow Chalcopyrite and chloritised killas. Surprisingly in Cornwall, with its rich array of Copper secondary minerals, Azurite is very rarely found - usually because there's always arsenic and other minerals hanging about at the time of secondary mineralisation. Therefore, this is a very special, relatively rich, example of Cornish Azurite. Ex. Arthur Scoble, with one of his labels attached to the specimen.