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At its best, this opaque stone is a glorious deep blue flecked with gold flakes of iron pyrites. The name comes from the Latin lapis for stone and lazulum from the Persian word meaning azure.

Lapis, as it is usually called, is thought to be the stone referred to as a sapphire in the Old Testament. There it is described as being ‘sapphire sprinkled with gold dust’, an apt description of lapis lazuli.

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