Vasonite is a relatively rare mineral that belongs to the zoisite group, which also includes tanzanite and thulite. It is usually found in shades of green, ranging from light to dark, but can also appear in shades of yellow, brown, and white.

When vasonite is tumbled, it is usually done with small, rough pieces of the mineral that are placed in a tumbler with water and abrasive grit. The tumbler is then turned on, and the vasonite is rotated for several days or weeks, depending on the desired outcome.

During this process, the vasonite becomes smoother and more polished, with its natural colors and patterns becoming more defined. The final result is a collection of rounded, polished stones that showcase the unique beauty of vasonite. These stones can be used for decorative purposes or incorporated into jewelry designs.


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