Although shattuckite can be found in several countries around the world, it's not that common. The finest grade stone tends to come from Namibia, Democratic Republic of Congo (although very rare) and Arizona in the USA.
Shattuckite was named after the Shattuck Mine close to the city of Bisbee in Arizona. It was discovered there in 1915.
This stones is beautifully polished which makes it exceptionally tactile. It has subtle rounded edges and stands upright on the longest edge without having to be supported. The back of the stone is flat.