A rare Mohawkite stone from the Keenwanaw peninsula flashes its flecks of copper, enhanced by a greenstone “moon” over the south shore of Lake Superior..
Check out the natural history of Mohawkite below. You’ll be better for it.
Named after the original locality, the Mohawk Mine, Mohawkite is extremely rare and occurs only in the Mohawk-Ahmeek area of Keweenaw County, Michigan. With a hardness between 3 & 3.5, Mohawkite is mainly a copper-arsenic compound containing cobalt, silver, nickel and iron.
Properties: The combined energies of the minerals which compose Mohawkite bring stability, balance and openness to ones being.