Gaspeite is a green stone that can run from a very light yellowish green to a dark olive green. It got its name from the Gaspie Peninsula, Canada, which is where a small vein of it was first discovered. Most all of the Gaspeite in the United States came from a nickel mine in Australia. Since it was brought to the states and dispersed among jewelers, it has become rare. There is no longer a supply and will not be unless someone discovers another mine

Gaspeite

Gaspeite is a green stone that can run from a very light yellowish green to a dark olive green. It got its name from the Gaspie Peninsula, Canada, which is where a small vein of it was first discovered. Most all of the Gaspeite in the United States came from a nickel mine in Australia. Since it was brought to the states and dispersed among jewelers, it has become rare. There is no longer a supply and will not be unless someone discovers another mine
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