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Experience the beauty and energy of Peacock Ore, a powerful and vibrant stone that is sure to add a pop of color to your collection. This stunning specimen features iridescent chalcopyrite, displaying a mesmerizing array of colors, from deep purples and blues to rich golds and greens. Not only is Peacock Ore visually stunning, but it also has metaphysical properties, believed to enhance energy flow and promote positivity and happiness. Whether you are a collector or a spiritual practitioner, Peacock Ore is a must-have for anyone seeking to harness its unique and powerful energy. Add this beautiful and unique stone to your crystal collection and experience its transformative properties.


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Peacock Ore Rough

  • Peacock ore, also known as Chalcopyrite, is a copper iron sulfide mineral that exhibits a captivating array of colors, including blues, greens, purples, and golds, resembling the vibrant plumage of a peacock—hence its common name. Its chemical composition is CuFeS2, and it is a major ore of copper, contributing to a significant portion of copper production worldwide. The iridescent colors arise from the oxidation of its surface, creating a thin layer of minerals like bornite or covellite, which refract light into a spectrum of colors. Found in a variety of geological environments, peacock ore is commonly associated with pyrite and other sulfide minerals. Beyond its industrial value, it is also prized by collectors for its aesthetic qualities and by practitioners of crystal healing for its supposed metaphysical properties, although these are not supported by scientific evidence.

  • Peacock ore, primarily composed of Chalcopyrite (CuFeS2), can be considered toxic under certain conditions due to its copper and sulfur content. When exposed to acids or when weathered, it can release sulfuric acid or soluble copper, which are potentially harmful to humans and the environment. Handling the raw mineral with bare hands is generally safe, but inhaling dust from peacock ore or ingesting particles can be hazardous, as copper toxicity can occur. This is particularly relevant during the process of mining and processing the ore, where precautions and protective measures are necessary to limit exposure to fine particles and chemicals released. While possessing peacock ore in its solid form as a collector's item poses minimal risk, proper handling, storage, and disposal practices should be observed to avoid any potential toxic effects.


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