Serpierite was discovered in 1881 and named by Alfred Des Cloizeaux in honour of Giovanni Battista Serpieri, an Italian revolutionary, engineer and mining entrepreneur who developed mines in the Lavrion area of Greece. It is a rare, sky-blue coloured hydrated sulfate mineral, often found as a post-mining product. It occurs as tufts and crusted aggregates of lath-like or bladed crystals typically less than 1 mm long.

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Serpierite-01- Lavrion Greece
A rare, radiating group of tabular blue Serpierite crystals on matrix. From the Lavrion Distric..
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