You will receive ONE random tumble.
Size will vary on tumbles - average .084" to 1.15"
Chrysocolla is a hydrous copper silicate with a hardness between 2.5 and 7. That’s a wide range for a mineral, and the hardness depends on just how it forms. Chrysocolla can be blue, cyan, or blue-green, green, blackish blue to black, or brown, and sometimes yellow. Its crystal system is amorphous, and it occurs mostly in closely packed aggregates, and sometimes in botryoidal, stalactitic, fibrous or earthy forms.
Chrysocolla is frequently found in oxidized copper deposits, often in association with Malachite and Azurite. Some Chrysocolla stones also contain Cuprite, and these combination stones have their own unique blend of energies.