Johachidolite is named after the original site Johachido in North Korea. This Specimen is from the province of Mogok in Burma/Myanmar. To my best information the mineral is only found in these two sites, which already makes it extremely rare, and the little accessible forms of government in these areas make it all the harder to encounter a specimen. Not surprising that the mineral belongs to the rarest in the world, comparable with for example, benitoite, taafite and painite. Here a beautiful translucent Crystal Weight (carat): approx. 8.82 ct. The dimensions are 16 x 12 x 6 mm.Origin - BurmaTreatment - noneBrightness: translucentColour - honey to amber yelloq with a hint of peach/salmon, see pictures.The photos were taken outdoors on a cloudy day.Will be sent by registered mail.
Johachidolite - 16 x 12 x 6 mm - 8.82 ct new in shop