Instead, Lagerfeld explored the darkness of malachite, iron ore, and marcasite.
Men wear, passed through the lobe of the ear, an earring with malachite ornamentations, and often with an additional long pendant.
Carbonate of Copper, malachite; is of a blue or green colour.
The walls were of a green marble veined like malachite, the ceiling was of darker marble inlaid with white intaglios.
He took up the malachite paper-weight and put it on the telegram.
Did you notice his malachite sleeve-buttons and topaz studs?
There was also a Russian moujik drawing a gilt sledge on a piece of malachite.
This description of its occurrence would apply equally well to modern chrysocolla or to malachite.
Some one mentioned in my hearing that malachite was a valuable marble.
These, like all the objects of copper found at Troy, are coated with verdigris and malachite.
common green ore of copper, late 14c., from French, ultimately from Greek malachitis (lithos) "mallow (stone)," from malakhe "mallow" (see mallow (n.)); the mineral traditionally so called from resemblance of its color to that of the leaves of the mallow plant.
A bright-green monoclinic mineral occurring as a mass of crystals (an aggregate) with smooth or botryoidal (grape-shaped) surfaces. It is often concentrically banded in different shades of green. Malachite often occurs together with the mineral azurite in copper deposits. Chemical formula: Cu2CO3(OH)2.