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Stone relics changed a lot of color and in black stone sparkle of diamonds found

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My mother inherited the stone can change color to 5 color and I find boulder black color, please take the instructions on the stone, I inform following the experience of the stone:
Stone changes color, the opinions of Alexandrite name ... is it true ...?
This stone can change color, when afternoon blue, light blue LED lights, light candles purple or red, sometimes the color of tea
For chunks, in the opinion of the name Carbonado .. is it true ...?
I noticed this stone and treatment outcomes
1. slippery surfaces such as greasy and there was a tear
2. Many sparkle like a diamond, there are some rather large size such as diamond
3. Black thick and shiny
4. When the drying in the hot sun, heat absorbing and long lost
5, In the store room in the room to be cold and damp

Please help to further, to analyze on my stone.
Thank you for your attention and help.
Regards,
Deni

+628112 09112

 

Carbonado

Alexandrite color teaPurple Color

Red

 

asked May 25, 2015 by Denirasidin (120 points)

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Black material actually looks more like flint or obsidian. It definitely has a glassy texture - and if its not glass and is natural, obsidian would be my best bet. Can you test its hardness?

For the gemstone on the bottom, you mentioned its color changing and I assume that both the stones you posted are of the same stone in different lighting conditions. Is that correct? Please do explain this further. Also the gemstone picture is a bit blurry, so if you can post a better picture that would be helpful.
answered May 27, 2015 by hershel (46,480 points)
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I found a similar rock mine was once wood now diamond. Itsnot flint or obsidian. Cosmic impact ejecta
answered Feb 24 by anonymous

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