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$50.00

PR530hc   Here is a beautiful vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of Greens, Black and Greys with lighter accents of White in a nice design.  It measures 8 1/4" tall x 4 3/8" in diameter and weighs nearly 4 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

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Peacock Marble Vase

$100.00

PR531hb   Here is a beautiful vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of Yellows, Greys and Creams with accents of Brown and Greens in a nice design.  It measures nearly 9 3/4" tall x approximately 7" in diameter and weighs over 6 3/4 pounds .  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

vase  Peacock Marble Vase

$110.00

PR532hb   Here is a nice vase made from Peacock Marble from China.  This highly polished rock vase has a pretty combination of Green, Creams and Browns with some good banding in a interesting design. It measures 11 3/4" tall x 5" in diameter and weighs 8 1/4 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

vase  Peacock Marble Vase

$150.00

PR533hb   Here is a beautiful vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of Greys, Greens  and accents of Brown and Creams in a nice design.  It measures approximately 15" tall x 6 1/4" in diameter and weighs nearly 15 1/2 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

vase  Peacock Marble Vase

$125.00

PR534hb   Here is a very nice vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of Greys, Greens with lighter accents and various Yellows and Cream in a nice design.  It measures 11 3/4" tall x approximately 7 1/2" in diameter and weighs almost 13 3/4 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

vase  Peacock Marble Vase

$140.00

PR535hb   Here is a lovely vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of Greys, Greens with lighter accents and various Cream colors and  in a nice design.  It measures over 11 3/4" tall x approximately 8 1/2" in diameter and weighs almost 13 3/4 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

vase  Peacock Marble Vase

$100.00

PR536hc   Here is a beautiful vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of Greys, Greens with  various lighter accents of Tan and Cream in a nice design.  It measures nearly 9 7/8" tall x approximately 7" in diameter and weighs 8 3/4 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

vase  Peacock Marble Vase

$100.00

PR537hc   Here is a large beautiful vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of lighter Greys, Greens, White with other accents  in a nice design.  It measures 9 7/8" tall x approximately 7 1/4" in diameter and weighs almost 7 1/2 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

vase  Peacock Marble Vase

$75.00

PR538hb   Here is an interesting vase carved from Peacock Marble from China. This highly polished rock vase has a good color mix of Greys and Browns with accents of various Greens and Cream in a nice design.  It measures 7 7/8" tall x approximately 6" in diameter and weighs 4 1/4 pounds.  Definitely a one-of-a-kind treasure or makes a great gift!

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Peacock Marble is from Southwest China and formed in Limestone by heat and pressure in the earth's crust. Recrystallization during Himalaya formation caused the limestone to change in texture and makeup. Fossilized materials along with it's original carbonate minerals, recrystallized and formed large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during the recrystallization affected the mineral composition of the marble.  The minerals that result from the impurities give the marble up to ten different colors. The corresponding colors and minerals that can be found: Green - Serpentine; Purple - Manganese spar; Brown - Iron; Gray - Silicon Dioxide; Red - Hematite; Orange - Iron; White - Calcite; Violet - Iron Manganese; Yellow - Limonite; Blue - Copper, Cobalt, Chromium; Black - Carbon, Iron, Manganese. Peacock Marble is also called "seven color Jade" in local language.

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