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SOLAR JADE ADOCRASE. Does anyone have information on this stone? I


#1

I have a supplier offering Adocrase but I can not find much information on what it actually is? Any help would be appreciated
Thanks
Nicky


#2

Idocrase (Vesuvianite) is a complex mixture of metals, oxygen, hydrogen, and fluoride. Idocrase is a rare gemstone type, usually found in green shades, but sometimes with yellow silicate minerals, or brown. Idocrase is not only rare, but very rare.

Good-quality idocrases have a Green Moss look similar to crystal jade minerals; and has fossil moss inside and translucent. The specimen of Idocrase has an oily gloss or resin. While the transparent form of translucency is clear is the rare number 1 quality has a vitreous luster (Solar and Biosolar)


#3

Find more information here…


#4

Thank you for that. This supplier has said that it is not idocrase but adocrase which is supposed to be very rare and is of a high value so I was trying to determine if the supplier is correct or if it is Idocrase as I first thought it would be.


#5

I have heard a supplier in Bangkok call it Adocrase but it is Idocrase, just a pronounciation difference.
Look at my Ark Rare Gems to see various colours and clarities of Idocrase


#6

I am dealing for the last 6 years in this idocase … it’s also calls hydrograssolargarnet … I have availability in big quaninty …I have sold and purchased millions of dollars of this stone if you want to see my stuff I well show you …

regards