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Celadonite was first described in 1847 on Monte Baldo, near Verona, Italy. The name is from the French celadon, for sea-green. It is one of two minerals, along with glauconite, used in making the pigment known as green earth.
Also present are white stilbite and grey chalcedony. It measures 150x115x80mm.