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The other side is just cyan color I don't know where this stone is from Any help is appreciated

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The iridescence and colours make me think it’s chalcopyrite peacock ore, a copper iron sulfide. Chalcopyrite is yellow but the blues and purples are caused by iron and copper within the chalcopyrite becoming oxidised.

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    $\begingroup$ Looks like Peacock ore to me, Bornite. The main body of ore could be chalcopyrite. $\endgroup$ – Friddy Jan 7 at 22:40

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