Congratulations to Any Anderson Christopher for guessing correctly. Amy won a $50 Gift certificate. You can come in to claim it anytime. Now I did have mispelling and meant to say Russalite which is mined in Siberia and can only be mined about 3 months through out the year and is just a beautiful green color. We have a few pieces in stock. But since I did put RUSSELITE this is what I found. Russellite is a bismuth tungstate mineral with the chemical formula Bi2WO6. It crystallizes in the orthorhombic crystal system. Russellite is yellow or yellow-green in color, with a Mohs hardness of 3 1⁄2. Russellite is named for the mineralogist Sir Arthur Russell, and the type locality is the Castle-an-Dinas Mine, near St Columb Major in Cornwall, where it was found in 1938 in wolframite. It occurs as a secondary alteration of other bismuth bearing minerals in tin - tungsten hydrothermal ore deposits, pegmatites and greisens. It typically occurs associated with native bismuth, bismuthinite, bismite, wolframite, ferberite, scheelite, ferritungstite, anthoinite, mpororoite, koechlinite, cassiterite, topaz, muscovite, tourmaline and quartz. . Congrats again Amy TRIVIA TIME!!!!!! ONE WINNER ONLY WITH THE FIRST CORRECT ANSWER. TODAYS GIFT CERTIFICATE IS FOR $50. COME IN STORE TO CLAIM OR WE WILL MAIL. YOU CAN PURCHASE DIRECTLY FROM OUR WEBSITE. WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED ON FACEBOOK. TRY NOT TO USE SEARCH ENGINES FOR ANSWERS. GUESSING IS JUST AS FUN. TRIVIA ENDS AT MIDNIGHT 2 Part question. Q. Where is the gemstone RUSSELITE mined at and how long can they mine it in one calendar year? HAVE TO ANSWER BOTH CORRECTLY TO WIN. (QUICK UPDATE) I Need To know where in said continent/country with answers for those who answered already just put it under your answer. Thank you. QUICK UPDATE I can’t change it this late but I misspelled it. It WAS Supposed to be RUSSALITE not RUSSELITE BUT LESSON LEARNED. Still the person who answers correctly first will be the Winner. Sorry everyone.
8 people like this!View on Facebook